Oak Processionary Moth
Oak processionary moth (Thaumetopoea processionea) caterpillars are pests of oak trees and are hazardous to human and animal health. As a result, always get in touch with a trained professional rather than try to remove the caterpillars or nests yourself.
A serious disease that can affect ash trees of all ages. The Woodland Trust estimate that it could kill around 80% of ash trees across the UK. Ash is one of the most common trees in the UK so this disease could change our landscape forever.
A young tree infected with ash dieback could be dead within one season. Mature trees will survive several seasons of infection before succumbing to the disease. Some older, more mature, ash trees can survive the infection.
Learn more about Ash Dieback and how Climbers Way Tree Care can help: https://climberswaytreecare.co.uk/ash-dieback/