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Information and Link to Download App

In April 2015 Minister of State Tom Hayes and Minister Michelle O’Neill MLA launched an All Ireland smartphone ‘App’, called TreeCheck, which allows members of the public to report suspected cases of disease or insect attack of any tree species. Using a GPS-enabled smartphone the location of the suspect tree may also be recorded by the app to allow a follow-up inspection by Inspectors in the relevant jurisdiction if required. It is hoped that this App will help not only with regard to the early detection of new occurrences of Ash Dieback disease, but also other possible pest and disease outbreaks.

All reports received will be acknowledged and those of particular concern taken forward for follow up by specialist plant health inspectors.

To access the TreeCheck App scan the attached QR with your smart phone or type the address into your mobile web browser. (It is not available in the App store.) You will be presented with the App and the option to save a link to your home screen. Follow the directions for your phone. Please note if you have a GPS enabled phone you may be asked to “Share Location”. Choosing to share your location enables us to have accurate geo-location data to assist our Inspectors in the event we need to investigate your report further“


Added 01.05.18