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Ash dieback

Subject: Ash dieback
From: Burke Nick \(DEL\)
Date: Dec 27 2007 13:50:27
I have been to look at an ash tree, directly next to a dirt track to some 
housing which was built within the last 30 years, with severe die back in its 
crown. I know ash dieback is considered to be caused by ploughing in fields 
close to hedge row trees but would soil compact cause the same problem

Nick Burke
Planning Officer - Arboriculture
Environmental Planning, 
Development Services
Sheffield City Council, 
Howden House
1 Union Street, 
Sheffield, 
S1 2SH
T: 0114 XXXXXXX
F: 0114 XXXXXXX
nick.burke2@xxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk

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