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Thousands of trees felled to stop Sudden Oak Death

Thousands of trees are being felled in Somerset to stop the spread of a killer disease.

Sudden Oak Death attacks more than 100 varieties of plants and is spreading faster than predicted.

The National Trust is having to cut down trees to stop the infection from spreading.

John Maguire reports from the county's Quantock Hills.

  • 07 Jan 2011
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