Protecting Ash Trees
The native ash is commonly found in the countryside as well as in many gardens, and is one of the top native trees along with oak, lime, willow, alder, birch, and hawthorn.
There are a number of other disorders of ash trees and therefore it is important that these are not mistaken for ash dieback disease. Please visit the Forest Research (external link) website for more information.
Reporting suspected cases
If you think you have spotted diseased ash trees, please check the symptoms at the Forest Research (external link) website.
- If you think you have spotted the disease in a new area, please check the distribution map and report sightings using Forest Research Forest Research Tree Alert (external link).
We will update all details regarding ash dieback as soon as any further information becomes available.