Some of the UK's leading experts on plants and trees have been in our region checking on the extent of the ash dieback disease.
East Anglia has more confirmed cases of it in wild woodland than anywhere else in the country - 23 locations in total with new ones being discovered daily.
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.