No new cases of ash disease

No new cases of Chalara dieback have been found in Oxfordshire, the Forestry Commission has said.

In November the county’s first case was confirmed at the Kingsmere development outside Bicester.

It led to more than 300 imported ash trees from Holland being destroyed after 60 were found to be infected.

Since then no further ash trees have been found to be affected.

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12:50pm Sat 15 Dec 12

xjohnx says...

Wow, stunning news! I have been on the edge of my seat for weeks waiting for this.

Is the editor stupid to allow this sort of story padding?

How about dog doesn't bite man or reporter doesn't know job.
Wow, stunning news! I have been on the edge of my seat for weeks waiting for this. Is the editor stupid to allow this sort of story padding? How about dog doesn't bite man or reporter doesn't know job. xjohnx
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