Tag: Ash Dieback Disease

Ash tree disease discovered in Jersey

| November 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Department of the Environment has discovered a single occurrence of the Ash Die back fungus disease in Jersey. The infected tree was identified following ash tree inspections, and along with other trees in the same planting, is being removed and destroyed. The trees were imported into the island from the UK in 2010/11 and […]

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Public help sought to limit ash disease

Public help sought to limit ash disease

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Members of the public are being asked to help prevent the introduction of a disease affecting Jersey’s ash trees. The Department of the Environment is asking people to contact them if they spot symptoms of the Ash Dieback disease. In October the department imposed an indefinite ban on the importation of ash trees to prevent […]

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Ban on Importation of Ash trees to Jersey

| October 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Department of Environment has imposed an immediate and indefinite ban on the importation of Ash trees to Jersey to prevent the accidental introduction of Ash Dieback Disease caused by the fungus Chalara fraxinia. The ban follows the recent discovery of ash trees infected by Chalara fraxinea in several nurseries and recent tree planting sites […]

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