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Have you seen the elm leaf beetle?

Elm trees are an iconic part of the Canberra environment. These beautiful, slow-growing trees have been around since the capital city’s foundation, with many planted by horticulturist Thomas Weston in the 1920s. Over the decades they have grown into magnificent, tall, leafy trees. But they are under threat from a new pest: the elm leaf […]
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