Ash(es) to Ashes
Here we have various Fraxinus excelsior (Ash) trees with Chalara fraxinaea, also known as Ash dieback disease.
All of the diseased trees were removed and their branches burned.
The main stems were processed into logs as is recommended in The National Chalara Management Plan.
It is useful to note that some Ash species have been found to be resistant to the disease and any resistant trees must be retained.
Please get in touch for advice on anything tree related.
We’re fully insured, professional and work with domestic and business customers.