How do you identify maple tree diseases?

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To identify Maple Tree diseases, watch for any foliage yellowing. It occurs due to lack of nutrients in the ground. If the sugar level is too low, it can result in reduced growth of new foliage. In case the leaf buds are dying, the tree might have fungal disease or anthracnose.
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1. Inspect the leaves of the maple tree closely for symptoms of fungal diseases such as anthracnose, tar spot, phyllosticta leaf spot and verticillium wilt. Anthracnose is a fungal
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Maples are affected by a number of diseases including Verticillium wilt,
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These are leaf spot caused by a fungus. I am going to guess it is Phyllostict leaf spot. A leaf spot that infects late in the growing season causes very little damage except maybe
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Ed , please explain why we should not use a wound dressing ( Because that is what I would do . Seems to me it would be vary important to seal this kind of damage . Ed , thanks for
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How to Identify Maple Tree Diseases
Grown for their beautiful foliage and the shade they provide, maple trees (Acer spp.) struggle with several diseases. Growing in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 10, depending on the species, the thin-barked, shallow-rooted... More »
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