Ash tree set for extinction in Europe
By Claire Marshall
BBC Environment Correspondent
23 March 2016Comments

The chalara dieback has devastated ash trees across Europe
The ash tree is likely to be wiped out in Europe, according to a review of the evidence.
The trees are being killed off by the fungal disease ash-dieback along with an invasive beetle called the emerald ash borer.
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