Originally published July 23, 2014 Oak Wilt is a fungal disease that attacks the vascular tissue of the tree, which can be fatal if left untreated. It has been in
Apple scab is a fungal disease caused by the fungus Venturia inaequalis, which affects leaves, fruit and twigs. While most common in apple trees, the fungus frequently infects both pear
Sudden oak death (SOD) is the common name for a fatal tree disease caused by Phytophthora ramorum, a species of oomycetes that are similar to fungi. SOD is one of
Iron or manganese chlorosis describes a condition in which a tree’s foliage loses its healthy green color and fades to a pale green or yellow hue. Without treatment, this condition
Fire Blight is the most damaging bacterial disease that affects shrubs and trees in the Rosaceous family and occurs during warm spring weather when combined with rains or heavy dews.
Six months ago I noticed that the evergreen in my backyard was covered in small white powdery spots that I later identified as “scale”. I procrastinated with treatment until the
Arborjet is currently enjoying the successful national launch of Arbor-OTC. Arbor-OTC is a systemic water soluble injectable antibiotic for the control of bacterial diseases in non-food bearing trees and palms.