Every now and then in life you gain sudden clarity of vision about an issue; perhaps triggered by listening to someone erudite, reading something written with super clarity, or seeing it with your own eyes. In my case it is the latter and I’m worried – super worried in fact. I am not prone to exaggeration.
Some important management implications for forest workers working in areas affected by OPM. Latest thinking on the pest and possible impacts for the UK tree and forestry sectors.
The Oak Processionary Moth is a serious pest, not only for oak trees but also for human health …
I’ve been spending some time with entomologists at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, as the museum is hosting an exhibition of the Sylva Foundation’s OneOak educational project for the next six months. I was lucky enough to be able to handle some wonderful collections of insects of myriad
Trees in the UK are facing significant threats on two major fronts. The warming climate is making new territories habitable for unwanted pests and pathogens; while our insatiable appetite for the newest or cheapest plants and woody materials, imported via global trade, is making the situation ever worse. Global trade