Document Control of larch disease at Healey Nab Jan 2020

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Work is due to start in February to remove around 2,500 larch trees covering 3.5 hectares at Healey Nab, which are affected by Phytophthora ramorum, an algae-like organism which causes Sudden Larch Death. As the owner of the site, Lancashire County Council has received a Statutory Plant Health Notice from the Forestry Commission, which is a legal notice requiring the trees to be cleared.
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