The disease that some people fear could wipe out most of our country's ash trees, has now been found in four parts of the Midlands. Ash dieback has today been officially confirmed in Shropshire.
And a nursery in Warwickshire has revealed that the disease has been confirmed in one of its saplings. It's already been detected near Leicester and in north Lincolnshire.
Importing ash trees from abroad will be banned from today. It is thought they are bringing in disease, and could wipe out native ash trees.
In August, 500 infected trees in Leicestershire had to be removed, because of an outbreak at a car park.