Apple scab is a disease of Malus trees, such as apple trees, caused by the ascomycete fungus Venturia inaequalis.
The disease manifests as dull black or grey-brown lesions on the surface of tree leaves, buds or fruits.
Dutch Elm disease can kill an older tree in less than a year, however, some younger and healthier trees can last a few years. American elms are commonly infected in two ways: elm bark beetles that transfer the disease from infected to healthy... Learn More
This will ultimately kill the tree in three to four years. First discovered in Detroit, Michigan in 2002, the EAB is responsible for the death or damage of over 50 million ash trees. The ash tree lacks a defense against this pest. Once an ash is... Learn More
Within two months to one year the infection will causes leaf discoloration, defoliation and death. Red Oaks will form fungal mats under the bark and force outwards, cracking the bark of the tree. Fungal mats will not form in White Oaks and they... Learn More
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