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Ash Dieback was identified in Ireland in 2012, this invasive pathogen poses a severe threat to the country’s ash tree population, impacting both natural woodlands and cultivated plantations.



Early signs include wilting, leaf loss, distinctive diamond-shaped bark lesions, branch dieback, and overall tree health decline.



Rapidly impacts ash trees of all ages, facilitated by human activities



Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, a wind-borne spore-spreading fungus.


Impact on Ecosystems:


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