Educating our clients on identifying tree pests and diseases before they become a severe issue is always one of our top priorities. We encourage our clients to use our Tree Pest and Disease Center to help identify common threats in their area.
The disease is caused by a destructive group of fungal pathogens that invade the main leaf vein.
Olive green or brown spots will develop on leaves and cause the leaves to fall prematurely.
Fire bight causes many areas of a plant to appear to be burned by fire.
Typical green parts of a plant will begin to appear yellow or lose their color.
Yellowing and stunting of lower branches will begin to develop on two needled pine trees.
Upper branches of the Elm tree will begin to wilt and yellow in the summer.
Wilting, bronzing and shedding of leaves in red and white oaks will occur.
On ornamental plants, lesion or rust spots form on the surface of leaves and begin to curl.
A metallic green colored beetle will emerge from ash trees, leaving behind a hole in the bark.