Experts at the University of East Anglia in Norwich have developed a smart-phone app to help fight ash dieback disease. Called Ash Tag the device holds photos of trees with ash dieback, so anyone who thinks they've spotted it in their area can use the app to check.
They can then send photos into a team of environmental specialists for analysis. Here's the link to the Ash Tag website.
The latest confirmed cases of Ash dieback disease have been discovered in Bedfordshire.
David Harwood who runs Sandy Lane nursery at Wattisfield near Diss is considering burning 500 young ash trees.
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