Ash dieback: How to fight diseases in trees
Could a tree injection help fight ash dieback and other tree diseases infecting our forests?
At a trial site in Northamptonshire a prototype is being tested - a fungicide, derived from garlic, is injected directly into a tree and travels in the sap system to target every area.
While a blanket use is impractical and expensive - it could potentially help save special historic trees, or trees with sentimental value.
The BBC's Claire Marshall takes a closer look at how you go about injecting a tree.
07 Oct 2014
- From the section Science & Environment