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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are My Trees Shedding or Losing Leaves in Spring?
For some trees, spring leaf drop is perfectly normal, But if you don’t have a tree that naturally loses its leaves in spring and your tree leaves appear curled, spotted, or brown, your tree could have an infection called anthracnose. Learn more about spring leaf drop and how to manage anthracnose.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
What Are These Water Marks On My Tree Leaves?
Tubakia leaf spot on oak is often confused with oak anthracnose. One way to tell them apart is the timing of leaf spots. Learn more.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
What Can I do About Spots on Japanese Maple Leaves or Trunk?
Noticing spots, powder or a fungus on your Japanese maple leaves? Whether the spots are white or brown, it's typically not a serious issue. Still want your tree to look good? Get rid of those leaf problems with these easy steps. First...
Apple Scab
Insect & Disease Issues
Common Spring Plant & Tree Diseases Caused By Fungi
Fungi thrive in wet spring weather. Check your plants for symptoms using this list of plant and tree diseases caused by fungi. Then, learn how to help your plants.
Dutch Elm Disease
Insect & Disease Issues
Are Your Trees Victims To Fall Fungal Diseases?
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are My Oak Tree Leaves Turning Brown?
Is my oak tree dying? Is this oak wilt? The key to diagnosing your browning oak tree is looking past the color and checking for other signs and symptoms.
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How to Spot, Identify and Combat Leaf Disease On Trees
What Does A Flowering Dogwood Look Like
Tree Identification
Do I have a Flowering Dogwood Tree?
Dogwoods are most recognized for their cross-shaped white or pink bracts. They require 4-6 hours of sun each day and can grow in a variety of climates. Learn how to properly care for flowering dogwoods and the potential threats that can harm your tree.
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