Phytophthora ramorum management (Scotland) Order 2014
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The Plant Health (Forestry) (Phytophthora ramorum Management Zone) (Scotland) Order 2014 came into force on 5 June 2014
5 June 2014
Wildlife - Scotland
The Plant Health (Forestry) (Phytophthora ramorum Management Zone) (Scotland) Order 2014 prohibit the movement of bark, wood or tree from two species of larch (larix decidua and larix kaempferi) and their hybrids from Dumfries and Galloway, East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire.
Movement is only permitted to approved facilities for processing this material. This Order was made to contain and eradicate a tree pest (phytophthora ramorum) in this area pof Scotland.
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