There's evidence that the deadly ash disease has spread to Essex. The infected trees are the first found in the wild outside Norfolk and Suffolk.
There are now more than 80 sites where the disease has been confirmed. One nursery owner has said he'll have to destroy his crop of 500 ash trees, even though there's no evidence of them being affected.
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.
A guide on some of the characteristics of chalara fraxinea, a disease that is targeting woodlands in the East.