Symptoms of Ash Dieback:
Ash Dieback causes the tips of the shoots turn black and shrivelled which damages it’s appearence
The leaves end up black and dead which leaves it looking like frost damage
The stalks of leaves are meant to be pale but they go brown due to the disease getting to them
Hymenoscyphus fraxineus spreads from the spores
About Ash Dieback:
When you notice one or two withered, blackened ash leaves in the hedge in you shouldn’t ignore it. Don’t leave it for month or two it will then be impossible to ignore what’s going on and a result of this may be that you can’t cure the disease. The signs of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, are clear to see. Blackened leaves then droop from just about every other branch. The smooth, grey bark is stained and marked.