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In a recent interview with the Telegraph Newspaper Dr Webber gave details of those disease she now deemed epidemic within the UK.

Dr Webber said there are now 10 tree diseases that are epidemic:

1) Dutch elm disease arrived in two waves in the 1920s and 1960s and destroyed most of the country’s elm trees. The second, more lethal pathogen, is still at large in the countryside killing off mature trees.

2) Alder phytophthora is killing alders along our riversides. Up to a quarter of alders are already infected by the disease or dead.
3) Red band needle blight or dothistroma needle blight is a significant threat to conifer plantations. It was first found in Corsican pine the 1950s in East Anglia but is now across the country and threatening the native Scots pine.
4) Sudden oak death or phytophthora ramorum is widespread across south-west England, Wales and south-west Scotland. Despite the name, it affects mostly Japanese larch trees. Already more than four million have been felled to try and stop the spread of the disease.
5) Bleeding canker is now found in half the country’s Horse Chestnut or conker trees, according to the Forestry Commission. It will weaken the tree until it dies or has to be felled for health and safety reasons.
6) Phytophthora lateralis threatens to wipe out Lawson cypress, a popular ornamental tree in many stately homes. It has killed trees in western Scotland, Yorkshire, the South West and Wales.
7) Phytophthora austrocedrae kills native juniper, a tree that conservationists are trying to re-establish after going extinct in many areas. The disease has killed juniper in the Lake District and Scotland.
8) Chestnut leaf miner is a moth that is now in most Horse Chestnut trees. Although it does not necessarily kill the tree it will weaken it and can kill in combination with bleeding canker. It also makes conkers smaller.
9) Phytophthora pseudosyringae kills the southern beech tree. Although the tree is not widespread in the UK it was hoped it could spread as the climate becomes warmer but is in danger of being wiped out by this disease.
10) Ash dieback, known as Chalara fraxinea, is now in 222 sites around the UK. In other countries is has infected 90 per cent of ash trees and could wipe out a huge proportion of Britain’s 92 million ash trees.
Over and above these Dr Webber said there are other diseases that may not be epidemic but are more of a “slow burn”, killing off species slowly.
Perhaps the most worrying are Acute Oak Death, that kills oaks quickly and Chronic Oak Death, that kills the trees most slowly. Both diseases are thought to be made worse by environmental stress and are slowly spreading from the Midlands and South East across Britain. They attack the roots and eventually kill the tree.
Dr Webber said there are a number of relatively new diseases, where it is not clear how they will affect a species.
Chestnut blight, that has killed off the species in the US and Europe, has been found in a number of sites in Britain recently and could affect our sweet chestnuts.
Phytophthora kernoviae kills beech trees, although it is hoped the disease can be controlled by culling the host species rhododendron. It also affects bilberries and other native heathland plants.
A number of insects are also weakening trees.
The oak processionary moth that causes caterpillars with toxic hairs to fall from trees is widespread in oak trees in London.
The spruce bark beetle, threatens our most commercial tree species, but can be controlled by putting down another species of beetle that kills the pest. The endemic pine weevil and pine lappet moth are also attacking conifer plantations.
The exotic Asian longhorn beetle, that threatens a number of species including willow, birch and poplar, was recently found in Kent but the Forestry Commission hope to eradicate the insect.
Dr Webber said a number of worrying diseases are on the horizon.
Plane wilt, that is widespread in France, would seriously compromise plane trees so popular in cities including London. Oak wilt is also a threat. Sweet chestnut gall is another threat to this species.
Citrus long-horn beetle has already been intercepted a number of times at border posts and poses a serious threat to a number of species. The 8-toothed European Spruce Bark Beetle and spruce budworm are more threats to conifer plantations. Brown Spot needle blight, pine pitch canker and pine wilt also threaten conifers.
The emerald ash borer and bronze birch borer are at present causing great concern in the US.
Stephen Hayden
Managing Director at Hayden's Arboricultural Consultants
stephen@treesurveys.co.uk
Telephone: 01264 765391
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As Christmas sneaks up on us again, so the planning deadlines and the associated rush these cause, prior to everyone disappearing for the Christmas and New Year’s festivities. Given this and the potential delay that a late request from the LPA for a Tree Survey/Arboricultural Impact Assessment and Method Statement can cause, we at Hayden’s suggest that you pre-empt the request and associated delay. To this end we are offering a free assessment of you planning proposal to see whether we feel the LPA will require a Tree Survey in support of your application.

As we at Hayden’s Arboricultural Consultants have undertaken extensive interviews with the majority of the Local Planning Authority Trees Officers on a one to one basis over the last year, together with fact that we presently act as in house consultants in the Broads Authority Development & Planning Department we are uniquely qualified and ideally positioned to provide this initial advice at no cost to you or your clients.

The benefits of this will be that neither you or your clients will be wrong footed by the late request for a Tree Survey, in line with BS5837:2012 and the associated delay/costs this may create.

For a chat about how we can help you please call 01284 765391 or email info@treesurveys.co.uk before it’s too late.
All the best
Stephen Hayden
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Given the increasing pressures for sustainable drainage solutions on sites, we at Hayden’s work closely with engineers, drainage suppliers, clients and Local Planning Authorities (LPA) to come up with innovative solutions for drainage close to trees.

One such project which required a great deal of input on our behalf was Blue Mountains, Wantage. Hayden’s were commissioned to undertake the initial Tree Survey and Tree Constraints Plan (TCP) and then worked with the client’s architects and designers to  produce a workable site layout and services layout, retaining as many of the existing trees as possible, whilst enabling an acceptable level of development for the client and LPA.

Whilst the layout of the site was aided by the presence of existing buildings near to trees, the services provided an altogether different challenge; the size and proximity of the trees to be retained severely restricted the space available for soakaways and water attenuation on site.

However working with the engineers and the drainage suppliers (Wavin) we were able to design an innovative system of linked soakaways between trees, outside the Root Protection Areas (RPAs) required, with the supervision of the Arboricultural Consultant and the correct tree root protection (GreenTek).

Whilst the installation of these required a little more attention to detail by the ground work contractors, we managed to install the required drainage in close proximity to trees without detriment to either the trees roots or associated health and safety.

The drawing on below shows the line of drainage in relation to the retained trees, the photo below shows the finished result.
The Local Planning Authority Officer was particularly pleased with the project and it is now used as an example of best practice for development works in close proximity to trees within the district.

At Hayden’s we relish the chance to work with allied professions to come up with innovative solutions to problems raised by development in close proximity to trees.

If you would like us look at any project where you feel we may be of some assistance, or would just like to discuss a particular issue relating to trees in close proximity to development, please do not hesitate to contact us.  

Tel:     01284 765391
Email: info@treesurveys.co.uk

Drawing showing the Sustainable Drainage Solution produced for a project in Wantage

A photograph of where the Sustainable Drainage Solution was installed in Wantage
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Below is the written statement about Ash Tree Dieback written by Owen Paterson The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

1. Newly-planted diseased trees and diseased trees in nurseries will be traced and destroyed, as once young trees are infected they succumb quickly.

2. Mature trees will not currently be removed, as they are valuable to wildlife, take longer to die and can help us learn more about genetic strains that might be resistant to the disease. Infection does not occur directly from tree to tree.

3. Better understanding of the disease will be built through research and surveys, which will look not only for diseased trees but for those that show signs of resistance to Chalara, to help identify genetic strains resistant to the disease.

4. The search for the disease will include trees in towns and cities as well as the countryside, building partnerships with a range of organisations beyond Government.

5. Foresters, land managers, environmental groups and the public will be informed about how to identify diseased trees and those likely to be resistant to the disease, and know what to do if they find a diseased tree.

For now, the main control measure is the ban on imports and movements. Infection in mature trees is not a threat at this time of year as they are not producing spores. The main risk to manage between now and the spring is the movement of infected ash leaf litter for which we have already provided advice to the public, local authorities and landowners.

By the end of November I will publish a more detailed control plan which delivers our objectives for tackling Chalara by considering the following:

• Designating protected zones, to free up trade in ash from areas free of the disease through authorising businesses to issue “plant passports”.

• Establishing a tree health early warning network to provide advice, screening and initial diagnostics.

• Developing advice on protecting saplings and responding rapidly if the disease is found.

• Developing advice on sustainable management of mature trees on sites affected by Chalara.

• What additional equipment is needed to diagnose tree disease.

• Improved biosecurity including import controls; and

• More public engagement in helping diagnose and tackle disease through “citizen science” including an OPAL (Open Air Laboratories) citizen science project.

For the longer term, I am also considering our strategic approach to the threat of disease to our plants and trees in the light of experience of responding to Chalara. In early October, I asked Professor Ian Boyd to convene an expert Task Force on Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity. I am prepared to consider radical proposals to protect the woodland environment and I look forward to seeing his interim proposals at the end of November. I will update the House when I have received that report

Full statement at

http://www.defra.gov.uk/news/2012/11/09/wms-ash/

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Given all the hype and panic over the Ash Dieback Fungus – Chalara fraxine,. I feel that we need to get not only the correct information, but the most pragmatic advice, out to our clients with regards the disease. Given the knee jerk reaction of the government and the various, in our opinion, silly and unworkable, dictats with regards washing family, dogs and children following visits to woodlands please find below (and also attached) a summary of the latest scientific information available, produced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, which gives a balanced and accurate summary of the information available at present with regards the fungus.
CHALARA FRAXINEA – KEY SCIENTIFIC FACTS
Issued By – Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Background
Ash dieback is a disease of ash trees caused by the fungus Chalara fraxinea (1). The disease causes leaf loss and crown dieback in affected trees and it may lead to tree death. Ash trees suffering from symptoms likely to be caused by Chalara fraxinea (C. fraxinea) are increasingly being found across Europe. These have included forest trees, trees in urban areas and also young trees in nurseries. C. fraxinea is a quarantine pest under national emergency measures.
Confidence ratings as used below: High – supported by experimental evidence and repeated observations which have been published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Moderate – supported by long-term observation or multiple observations from reputable sources that come to the same conclusion, or by comparative analysis of related species. Low – supported by a few observations or many observations from reputable sources that are not suggesting a consistent pattern, or an accumulation of anecdotal evidence that suggests a consistent pattern.
What is Chalara dieback of ash?
1. Chalara dieback of ash is a disease of ash trees caused by the fungus Chalara fraxinea (Kowalski, 2006). The disease cause s loss of leaves, dieback of the crown of the tree and can lead to tree death (Kowalski and Holdenrieder, 2009). (High confidence)
2. C. fraxinea has infected many species of ash but with differing intensities (Forest Research, 2012). As some ash species show very few symptoms after infection, they may act as undetected carriers. There is evidence of low susceptibility to disease in some Asian ash trees (Drenkhan and Hanso, 2010 ). (Moderate confidence)
3. Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is the most severely affected species . Young trees are particularly vulnerable to C. fraxinea and succumb to disease rapidly. (Kowalski, 2006; Forest Research, 2012). (High confidence)
4. Ash dieback has seriously affected a high percentage of ash trees in continental Europe (Forest Research, 2012; Bakys et al., 2009; Engesser et al., 2009; Halmschlager and Kirisits, 2008; Ioos et al., 2009; Kowalski and Holdenrieder , 2008; Lygis et al., 2005; Ogris et al., 2010; Szabo, 2009; Talgo et al., 2009), most notably in Scandinavia (including Denmark, which has an estimated 90 per cent of ash trees infected) and Baltic States. (High confidence)
5. There is no evidence that C. fraxinea can spread to tree species other than ash or that it is harmful to the health of people or animals. (High confidence)
How does infection happen?
(1) Chalara fraxinea is the asexual form (anamorph) of Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus, responsible for the current ash dieback epidemic in Europe (Kowalski, 2006; Queloz et al., 2010). For ease of reference, Chalara fraxinea is used as the common term in this document.
1. Infection is via spores from fruit bodies on leaf litter. Spore production (in fruit bodies) occurs on infected fallen leaves and shoot material in the growing season after infection; trees are likely to need a high dose of spores to become infected (Timmermann et al., 2011). (High confidence)
2. C. fraxinea infection starts primarily on leaves and is progressive over time with dieback and stem lesions usually manifesting in the next growing season . Leaf symptoms can be detected within two months of infection (experience from Denmark). (Moderate confidence)
3. C. fraxinea causes infection from June – October, mainly in July – August (Timmermann et al., 2011; Kirisits and Cech, 2009; Kowalski and Holdenreider, 2009) . Moist conditions favour production of the fruiting bodies. (High confidence)
How is infection likely to spread?
1. Spores are produced on Chalara fruit bodies formed on fallen leaves and shoots the year following infection. Natural spread is by wind-blown spores (ascospores) from these fruiting bodies (Kowalski, 2006; Kirisits et al.2009; Kowalski and Holdenrieder, 2009; Queloz et al., 2010). (High confidence)
2. Wind-blown spores may be dispersed up to 20-30 kilometres (Solheim, et al., 2011). Longer distance spread occurs via infected plants or potentially via wood products (Husson et al, 2012; EPPO, 2010; Prokrym and Neeley, 2009) . (High confidence on wind dispersal; Moderate confidence on untreated wood products ).
3. There is low probability of dispersal on clothing and footwear or via animals and birds. (High confidence). Transmission by routes other than wind and planting material are likely to pose a comparatively low risk but the risk cannot be ruled out.
4. C. Fraxinea is found in seeds (Cleary M., et al. 2012) this is reflected in the legislation which restricts the movement of plants and seeds.
5. There is lower risk of C. fraxinea spreading over the winter since there is now a ban on ash imports into the UK, restrictions on plant movements through Statuto ry Plant Health Notices and as spore production is not expected to resume until June 2013. (High confidence)
6. Scientific advice from Norway suggests a disease progression rate of up to 30 km per year once C. fraxinea is established (Solheim, 2009; Solheim, et al., 2011). (High confidence)
What are the consequences of infection for ash tree health ?
1. Trees cannot recover from infection but larger trees can survive infection for a considerable length of time and some may not die (current experience from Denmark). (High confidence)
2. The impact of C. fraxinea infection depends on tree age, location, weather conditions and co-presence of honey fungus (Armillaria) or other secondary pathogenic / opportunistic organisms. Trees in forests are more susceptible because of the greater prevalence of honey fungus. Timber trees are generally felled before they are killed by honey fungus.
Trees under 10 years of age are likely to die from C. fraxinea in 2-10 years.
Trees under 40 years old will die in 3-5 years if also infected with honey fungus, and likely more rapidly if the tree is already debilitated.
For mature trees over 40 years, there is no direct evidence of tree deaths just from C. fraxinea to date but there is little comprehensive survey data from Europe on which to base firm conclusions. (Moderate confidence )
Further evidencewould be helpful to strengthen the development of management options to minimise the environmental, economic and social impacts of Chalara fraxinea, including:
Improving detection of Chalara. Improving knowledge of the aetiology, pathology and epidemiology of Chalara. Understanding the nature and scale of the environmental, economic and social impacts of Chalara. Assessing how to mitigate the risks of Chalara. Assessing how to adapt to the presence of Chalara.
References: - See attached document at bottom of email.

Quite clearly the fungus is of great concern and I do not want to undermine the importance or severity of the potential problems that it may cause, but we need to keep a level head and deal with the facts not media hype.

To help further below is a link to video link giving details of the Life Cycle and Symptoms of the Fungus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1GpufLkBto&feature=plcp
I hope this is of some assistance should you wish to discuss any of the above please do not hesitate to contact us.
Stephen Hayden
stephen@treesurveys.co.uk
01284 765391
To see the above information as a PDF please follow the link below:
Ash_Dieback_(Chalara_faxinea)_Key_Scientific_Facts.pdf
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We are looking to expand the team with an experienced Arboriculturist.

Working alongside architects, planners, engineers and ecologists, you will be encouraged to use and develop your skills to provide expert arboricultural advice and services to a range of clients.

The ideal Arboricultural Consultant will have experience of undertaking field based surveys and producing reports in accordance with BS5837. You will also have experience in the interpretation of topographic survey data, the production of AIA and AMS and a thorough understanding and application of VTA principles.

The Arboricultural Consultant role will involve carrying out desktop studies for arboricultural statute controls and constraints, and undertaking site surveys in accordance with BS5837. In this role, the majority of your time will be spent working on project objectives. You will be required to liaise with a number of clients and wider project teams, and reporting to the Arboriculture Manager.
This opportunity is offered alongside a competitive salary and a benefits scheme.
Interested? For an initial, non-committal discussion about this vacancy, please do not hesitate to call Stephen Hayden or David Carmichael on 012384 765391.
Alternatively you can email your CV and we’ll call you back. Emails to: info@treesurveys.co.uk
Personal Specifications
Essential
Minimum QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework) Level 3 qualification in Arboriculture (e.g. Technicians Certificate or HNC in Arboriculture)
Clean driving license and own vehicle
Good tree identification
Good knowledge of tree inspection
Good pest and disease identification
Excellent communication, IT and organisational skills
Desirable
Previous Local Planning Authority experience
Lantra Professional Tree Inspector
Experience of contract management
Experience of practical arboriculture
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Keen interest in Ecology
Member of the Arboricultural Association and/ or International Society of Arboriculture
Working knowledge of GIS and CAD
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