Oak anthracnose infects twigs, buds, and leaves of the oak tree. This disease can
discolor, distort, kill leaves and generally stress the tree. Oak anthracnose is ...
Ash (Fraxinus), oak (Quercus), sycamore (Platanus), maple (Acer), dogwood (
Cornus), and many other deciduous hardwoods are susceptible to a leaf disease
Aug 12, 2010 ... Oak Anthracnose is a disease which infects the foliage of nearly all ... of fungal
diseases to develop on the leaves of many of our shade trees.
Anthracnose diseases are common on ash. (Fraxinus), maple (Acer), oak (
Quercus), and sycamore (Platanus). Less common are anthracnose of beech (
May 24, 2006 ... For example, the fungus that causes anthracnose of oak does not infect ash trees
. All anthracnose fungi require water to infect a tree.
On oak, the fungus Apiognomonia quercia is the most common causal agent of
anthracnose but other species may also damage trees. Although the chestnut ...
Although trees in the red oak group are less likely to be infected by Anthracnose,
it can still be found to infect Black Oak, Bur Oak, Pin Oak, Red Oak, Scarlet Oak, ...
UC home and landscape guidelines for control of Anthracnose. ... It can
noticeably blight some trees such as sycamore, ash, oak, and evergreen elms.
The shade and forest trees most often affected in Illinois are ash, elm, maple, oak,
sycamore, and walnut. While individual leaf lesions will cause minor damage, ...
Oct 12, 2015 ... Anthracnose (leaf blight) is a fungus that winters on twig tissue on the tree. ... of
anthracnose impact a variety of tree species, including oak, ash, ...