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Hampshire Mixed Woodlands

Hampshire Mixed Woodlands

Mixed woodlands combating Ash Dieback

The trees in this Hampshire woodland have been badly affected by the deadly tree disease Ash Dieback. To make matters worse, the rest of the woodland is dominated by beech trees, which are one of the species that are particularly susceptible to drought. Occurrences of droughts in the UK are expected to increase as the Climate Emergency progresses and so non-drought resistant strains of beech trees may not survive. The dead and dying trees in this woodland will be replaced with a mix of conifers and broadleaf trees that have been chosen specifically for their resistance to disease and climate change.

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