Oak tree's disease in Houston
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Are you having Problems with your Houston oak trees oak tree care, live oak tree care, water oak, oak diseases, does your oak tree have a white powder on the leaves or is the Tree defoliated.
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There are many disease that can affect your oak tree.
Oaks are the favorite food of gypsy moth larvae. These caterpillars are about 2½ inches long with 5 pairs of blue spots and 6 pairs of red spots along their backs. They can completely defoliate a mature tree in 2 weeks. The tree may die after repeated defoliations. .
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There are many diseases that can affect your oak tree. Brown egg cases appear on trunk Larvae Of Gypsy Moths -
Gypsy moths like oaks where they lay there larva. These caterpillars are about 2½ inches long with 5 pairs of blue spots and 6 pairs of red spots along their backs.
They can completely defoliate a tree in 2 weeks. If they do it several times they can kill the tree.
There eggs sit dormant over the winter until spring, when the caterpillars hatch and head up into the foliage to feed.
Two spotted oak bore Adults are cylindrical, metallic beetles, color from golden-green, green, blue-green, blue to violet. The elytra are slender and have two white spots near the posterior end.
Alphacorps tree care has a special proprietary formula for treating oak bores effectively. While some of our clients try to control bores by buying off the shelf chemicals from the local hardware store they often don't work and are quiet often about 1percent strength of our industrial chemicals.
Roots Growing Above Soil Surface Pin Oak Trees are often found with some of their roots growing above the surface of the soil. This is because they are growing in compacted soils.
The Northern red oak tree grows fast and will survive in a variety of soil conditions; however, it prefers to be near stream or river beds.
The leaf spots may run together, resembling a blotch or blight. The dead areas follow the veins or are bounded by larger veins. Sometimes terminal stem shoots are infected back to several inches below the buds. Pustules containing pinkish spores appear. Dieback and defoliation may occur in severe cases.
Anthracnose is not life-threatening to large, established trees but can often be treated with success. Swellings and growths on twigs and leaves Gall Insects - Twigs, leaves, and even the acorns of Oaks are commonly disfigured by odd shaped growths called galls. These buttons, cones, bullets, balls, and blobs are caused by minute gall wasps or flies which lay their eggs in the plant tissue. When tiny grubs hatch out, they secrete powerful plant growth substances that force the tree to form the gall around the developing insect, which lives on nutrients from the abnormal growth.
Oak Mites - Oak mites are about 1/50 inch long, barely visible to the unaided eye. Resembling tiny spiders, they have four pairs of legs, piercing-sucking mouth parts, and very compact bodies. They may be yellow, green, red or brown. If the top surfaces of the lower leaves on the Oak tree are stippled with small yellow dots or red spots, it is likely that mites are the cause.
When they get spider mites, leaves turn bronze, wilt, drop Oak Wilt, A Fungal Disease - Most Oaks are susceptible to this systemic fungal disease, although members of the Red Oak group are hit harder than White Oaks.