Representatives from forestry groups, farming unions and landowners associations arrive at Holyrood this afternoon for crisis talks on how to stem the spread of Ash Dieback.
The fungal disease, has been confirmed at 14 sites across Scotland.
In Eyemouth, it has affected mature trees in the wild. In Dalbeattie Town Wood around 4000 saplings have been infected.
The meeting has been called by Scotland's Environment Minister, Paul Wheelhouse, who's also a South of Scotland MSP.
A crisis summit has been held to discuss how to combat the tree disease Ash Dieback in Scotland.
Forestry groups, farming unions and landowners associations are in crisis talks in Holyrood on how to stem the spread of Ash Dieback.