Ash dieback takes grim toll on English forests and up to 90% of British ash trees could be lost in 30 years

INEWS reports ash dieback is devastating forests across England, with the National Trust this week warning it will have to fell thousands of dead trees this winter for public safety. Ash trees make up about 20 per cent of woodland in Britain, but up to 90 per cent of these trees could be lost in the next 30 years to the disease. 

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