- Tree pest and disease alerts and advisory notes
- Scientific and technical publications
- Corporate publications and minutes
- Forest Research work shows that C. fraxinea might have a mechanism to define territory and to combat viruses
- Forest Research to participate in major international project.
‘Sentinel’ plants to serve on front line against pests and diseases
- Major funding to fight back against ash dieback
Fast track funding has been awarded to a new consortium of researchers for studying ash dieback fungus.
- Urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities
New report published describing how urban trees can help combat climate change temperature rises in cities.
Recent media releases
|Ash Dieback Fungus Might Have Mechanism To Define Territory And Combat Viruses, Research Shows||The fungus which causes Chalara dieback of ash trees has the potential to defend itself against virus attacks, research by British scientists has shown. - 14/11/2013|
|Living Ash Project - Securing The Future For Ash Trees In Britain||The 'Living Ash Project' has been launched to identify ash trees with good timber qualities which also have good tolerance to Chalara fraxinea, the fungus which causes Chalara ash dieback. - 13/11/2013|
|Midlothian Woodland Explorers||Turn curious children into woodland explorers at a Forestry Commission Scotland workshop, part of Midlothian Science Festival. - 10/10/2013|