Ash dieback disease
Ash dieback disease, Chalara fraxinea, is a serious threat to the health of Ash trees in the UK. For more information see Chalara dieback of Ash, on the Forestry Commission's website.
Report dangerous tree pests and diseases
Report Ash dieback, or any other tree pests or diseases, online at tree alert, on the Forestry Commission's website. It is important that suspected cases of the disease are reported immediately; it results in leaf loss and crown dieback and can result in tree death.
For further information:
In England contact:
- Telephone: Chalara helpline: 0300 067 4000
(open 8am to 6pm every day) or
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Scotland contact:
- Telephone: Forestry Commission Scotland: 0300 067 6156
(9am to 5pm weekdays and out-of-hours messaging system) or
- Email: email@example.com