Oak Chris

421 Osceola Avenue St. Paul, MN 55102

Oak Quercus alba Anthracnose is a group of diseases found on many deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs; some trees such as sycamore, ash, and evergreen elms can be noticeably blighted. Often called leaf, shoot, or twig blight, anthracnose results

Oak Chris

421 Osceola Avenue St. Paul, MN 55102

Oak Quercus alba Anthracnose is a group of diseases found on many deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs; some trees such as sycamore, ash, and evergreen elms can be noticeably blighted. Often called leaf, shoot, or twig blight, anthracnose results

Catalpa Smicheal

2441 32nd Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

Catalpa Catalpa speciosa Yellowish Wood Rot Caused by Polystictus versicolor Fries This destructive heartwood rot of the hardy catalpa may be found wherever the trees grow The disease is not common in trees growing in the open In close stands

Catalpa Smicheal

2441 32nd Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

Catalpa Catalpa speciosa Yellowish Wood Rot Caused by Polystictus versicolor Fries This destructive heartwood rot of the hardy catalpa may be found wherever the trees grow The disease is not common in trees growing in the open In close stands

Ash Karen

5144 Luverne Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55419

Ash Fraxinus americana Ash rust, caused by Puccinia sparganioides, is more of a curiosity than a real problem. Ash rust attracts attention because of the bright orange color of the fungus fruiting structures and the deformities which it causes on

Ash Karen

5144 Luverne Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55419

Ash Fraxinus americana Ash rust, caused by Puccinia sparganioides, is more of a curiosity than a real problem. Ash rust attracts attention because of the bright orange color of the fungus fruiting structures and the deformities which it causes on

Ash Bridget

931 Weeks Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55414

Ash Fraxinus nigra Anthracnose Anthracnose is the most common malady of green ash in North Dakota. Ash anthracnose is caused by the fungus Gnomoniella fraxini. It infects buds, leaves and sometimes twigs. Spring infection of buds or expanding leaves causes

Ash Bridget

931 Weeks Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55414

Ash Fraxinus nigra Anthracnose Anthracnose is the most common malady of green ash in North Dakota. Ash anthracnose is caused by the fungus Gnomoniella fraxini. It infects buds, leaves and sometimes twigs. Spring infection of buds or expanding leaves causes

Maple David

2219 26th Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

Maple Acer saccharinum Chlorosis The symptom called chlorosis is a yellowish coloration of the foliage. The leaves may turn pale yellow-green to bright yellow, depending on the tree species and the severity of the problem. The leaves may be uniformly

Maple David

2219 26th Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

Maple Acer saccharinum Chlorosis The symptom called chlorosis is a yellowish coloration of the foliage. The leaves may turn pale yellow-green to bright yellow, depending on the tree species and the severity of the problem. The leaves may be uniformly

Oak Doug

304 2nd Street NE. Minneapolis, MN 55413

Oak Quercus rubra   OAK: Oak is the most widely used hardwood. There are more than 60 species of oak grown in the U.S., which can be separated into two basic varieties; white and red. The red variety is also

Oak Doug

304 2nd Street NE. Minneapolis, MN 55413

Oak Quercus rubra   OAK: Oak is the most widely used hardwood. There are more than 60 species of oak grown in the U.S., which can be separated into two basic varieties; white and red. The red variety is also

Maple Chip

4903 41st Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55417

Maple Acer saccharum Cankers The fungus Eutypella parasitica attacks maples and boxelder causing large perennial cankers on trunks or main branches. On sugar and Norway maple, eutypella cankers are elongate with conspicuous ridges of callus tissue around the sides (Figure

Maple Chip

4903 41st Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55417

Maple Acer saccharum Cankers The fungus Eutypella parasitica attacks maples and boxelder causing large perennial cankers on trunks or main branches. On sugar and Norway maple, eutypella cankers are elongate with conspicuous ridges of callus tissue around the sides (Figure