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HTA: Xylella Fastidiosa

Added: 25 January 2018 - Kiran Grewal

HTA has launched this new video resource for retailers and all those who deal with plants in a professional capacity to help give them greater guidance on the risks posed by Xylella Fastidiosa

Xylella Fastidiosa is one of the most harmful bacterial plant diseases in the world. It can cause severe losses in a wide range of hosts and there would be a massive impact on the plant trade across all business sectors in the event of an outbreakin the UK.

More information about the plant disease and the steps being taken in the horticulture industry to eliminate the threat, read here: https://hta.org.uk/assurance-compliance/plant-and-disease-alert-xylella-fastidiosa.html

Read more about Xylella Fastidiosa in our report of the GCA conference in the next issue of DIY Week.  

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