A selection of posters that can be downloaded as PDFs and then printed at a size to suit (up to A0 size). These were mostly produced for the 2012 APF show and have been popular as posters to display in offices or places of work. Each poster shows a selection of images relating to the pest or disease and web links to where you can source more information.
This report reviews and summarises some of the key evidence from around the world on values associated with ash trees, and the management decisions about both ash dieback and emerald ash borer. The evidence on values focuses on historical, social and cultural values while the parts on management decisions looks at actual decisions taken as […]
My name is Pankajini Samal and I work as a research assistant in the pathology department at Forest Research (FR).
I joined in August 2023 from India, so I’m still very new to FR. My job focuses on the use of molecular biology techniques for managing tree disease. I currently work with Pedro Romon-Ochoa (Scientist – […]
Ash dieback is a disease of ash trees caused by a fungus called Chalara fraxinea. The disease causes leaf loss and crown dieback in affected trees and it may lead to tree death. This Pest Alert provides information on distribution, symptoms, how the disease spreads and what you can do to help, as well as […]
Plane wilt, also known as canker stain disease, is a serious disorder of plane trees, which are important amenity trees in the parks and avenues of many European cities. The disease is caused by the fungus Ceratocystis platani, which is present in the USA and Europe, but considered to be indigenous only to North America. […]
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RECOAL: Reintegration of coal ash disposal sites and mitigation of pollution in the West Balkan area (PDF-257K)
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