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Bad News Ash Disease discovered in East Anglia

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I rather enjoyed that clip, I've opened Youtube for further ones.

I recall the final song of the film very well from only hearing it once as a child.

As far as the theme goes (money) I feel the same way about rows of dying leylandii, peoples paranoia over pine processional caterpillars and those who can't sleep easy without fearing THAT tree will fall on their bedroom on night...

 

 Stuart

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It is ravaging Northern France, Belgium and Netherlands.
I've made several trips across France these last couple of months and seen hedgerows and entire woodlands bristling with bare ash stems as well as piles of cut ash waiting to be chipped for bio-mass.
Not seen it's presence in Brittany but ash is fairly uncommon here.
 Stuart
Travelling from schiphol to goes it was everywhere and has just decimated some copse and woodlands we drove past. Significantly more prominent than I've seen in Norfolk (of which I thought was bad, but now thinking not as bad). A friend seems to be spending a lot of time removing Ash over everything else.

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