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Inform the public about the condition of the oaks by putting a notice of information about the condition at various access points to the woodland.
Some of the oak trees in this woodland area are suffering from a disease condition known as ‘Acute oak decline’. A main symptom of this disease is extensive stem bleeding. Scientists from Forest Research (the official research agency of the Forestry Commission) are investigating the causes of the problem.
For more information see www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/oakstembleeding
Please help protect healthy oak trees in the following ways:
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