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.
UC home and landscape guidelines for control of Anthracnose. ... It can
noticeably blight some trees such as sycamore, ash, oak, and evergreen elms.
shade- ... By that time foliage is severely damaged and the tree is a pale yellow.
Jul 21, 2016 ... Anthracnose is a fairly common disease among a variety of shade trees, oaks
among them. It is caused by a variety of fungi, each specific to the ...
drought in the mid-1950s large expanses of oak trees began dying in the ...
anthracnose include small irregular spots formed along the leaf margin or leaf
www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/Portals/0/Gardening/Gardening Help/Visual Guides/Oak Problems.pdf
Brown leaves appear on trees in the white oak group in late spring. Severe
infections may ... Look-alikes: Anthracnose, tubakia leaf spot, other fungal leaf
Aug 15, 2005 ... This publication contains a guide to diseases of oak trees in the ... spring; leaves
are tattered or distorted; twigs killed (Anthracnose), view info.
Anthracnose diseases are common on ash. (Fraxinus), maple (Acer), oak (
Quercus), and sycamore (Platanus). Less common are anthracnose of beech (