Ash dieback disease in Carmarthenshire private woodland

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Six samples from sites in Wales are being tested for cases of the ash dieback disease.

It follows the first confirmed case here in a newly planted tree on private woodland in Carmarthenshire.

Environment correspondent Iolo ap Dafydd reports from woodland near Llandovery.

Ash dieback confirmed in Wales

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