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OT: Leaves on oak trees

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gordy from iowa

08-07-2012 17:35:39




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On most of our oak trees, the leaves are "puckered". Have mostly red oak with some swamp white and saw tooth.

Newly emerging leaves look pretty normal. Anybody know why this condition exists? By the way, I use my 53 Super M for maintenance.

Thanks for any help!!




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carogator

08-07-2012 19:47:40




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
Could be anthracnose. Google and look.



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pete black

08-07-2012 19:25:05




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
red oaks are especially affected by severe droughts which can cause a disease known as "scab". first thing affected are the leaves and then a deep gray color appearing the length of the trunk. no cure and the death of the three is soon. this is for nw alabama.



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John B.

08-07-2012 19:17:55




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
Last year my one white oak had deformed leaves come out in the spring shortly afterward new leaves came out ok. Many trees around here in Highland, IL. (St. Louis Mo.) area are shedding their leaves or turning brown, I guess due to the dry season. My plum tree is turning already and will loose it's leaves soon. Our field corn here is already brown all the way up the stalk and the ears are haning down. that was the end of July already.

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Roger in Iowa

08-07-2012 18:50:56




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
Been losing 4 to 5 big white oaks each year the last few years. Some kind of fungus in roots. Only leaves on main branches one year and dead the next. Have another 5 or 6 this year. No practical way to save. Something called Armor that is injected supposed to help but $600+ per tree.



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WJD

08-07-2012 18:37:38




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
I'm not a tree expert but have already seen dead Evergreen trees. My guess the tree service people will be swamped with dead trees to remove next spring.



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Rollie NE PA

08-07-2012 18:07:05




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to mark in boonville ny, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
I had a Swamp White Oak that had the leaves eaten off by Gypsy Moths. The leaves came back and the next year it produced a lot of acorns.

I was told it was because of stress that it produced the extra acorns.



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kornfused

08-07-2012 17:49:55




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
cottonwood trees around here are shedding their leaves like it was November. NW MO



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Rob in Ore

08-07-2012 17:47:02




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 Re: OT: Leaves on oak trees in reply to gordy from iowa, 08-07-2012 17:35:39  
I"ve noticed that trees will show their stress through their leaves. If there is a drought, fire or any other disturbance, they shed leaves. Don"t cut the tree down yet, it just needs a year to get over the stress.



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