Informational table showing disease name, symptoms, pathogen/cause, and ...
Leaves yellow and fall prematurely, giving the tree a thin, bare appearance by ...
Scab is caused by the fungus Venturia inaequalis. This fungal pathogen infects
several host species including crabapples and apples (Malus spp.), mountain ...
watering during periods of drought. Pruning crabapples in late winter to “open”
the canopy of the tree helps to reduce disease by increasing air circulation, which
A long article covering recommended varieties, cultivation, and common pests
Choosing crabapple tree (Malus spp.) cultivars resistant to the diseases known to
thrive in your area is the best way to prevent disease. For example, hardy in ...
Maintaining consistent, optimal care of flowering crabapple trees gives them a
greater ability to avoid and recover from diseases. For best flowering and fruit ...
Mar 1, 2009 ... Foliage diseases. Many foliar diseases can plague crabapples; below are the
three most common: Apple scab: Apple scab is favored by cool, ...
Q. My crabapple trees (and those of many of my neighbors) have suffered from a
disfiguring disease for several years.
Jul 30, 2007 ... Across Iowa, crabapple trees have been dropping leaves this summer. ... The
answer is a fungal disease called apple scab. A fungus called ...
It is also possible that your tree has apple scab -- a fungal disease common on
apple and crabapple trees that is ugly and prevalent in many parts of the country.