UKTC Archive

RE: The Tree Health Resilience Strategy

Subject: RE: The Tree Health Resilience Strategy
From: Tim Errington
Date: Jun 12 2018 21:16:19
Morning all.

On following the link provided by John, I see that:

"As part of this approach, a new senior cross-industry Plant Health Alliance 
to strengthen biosecurity practices across industry has been established. The 
Alliance brings together the country’s leading nurseries, retailers, tree 
suppliers, landscapers, foresters, the RHS and Defra to ensure an effective 
response to threats such as Xylella and Emerald Ash Borer". 

No mention of the Arb Association? Admitedly I have been out of Blighty for 
some years now, but has The ICF become the lead body in such matters, surely 
the AA has a valuable part to play when it comes to advising and monitoring 
pests and diseases and tree health in the UK.

Tim

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Subject: Re: The Tree Health Resilience Strategy

https://twitter.com/TheICF/status/999968149XXXXXXXXX 

 

See what you missed Bill?

 

Photo's from 2010...

 

 

Jon 

 




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