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Sick Oak Leaves – Serious or Superficial?

Concerns about oak trees have been common this spring. Careful observers have noticed that some of the leaves on white oak trees appear more brown than green, especially the leaves on the lower branches. Some of these leaves have even curled and fallen to the ground. The question on everyone’s mind is “Is this a serious condition or something superficial?” Read more about Sick Oak Leaves – Serious or Superficial?

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Blistered Leaves on Oak and Maple Trees - What Happened?

Grayish brown, sometimes rounded spots often cluster around the main veins of leaves. Heavily spotted leaves can become twisted and drop off the tree, which is when the blister problem may become obvious. The blister effect may not always be clear on these spots, but the spots are sometimes raised or curved.  Read more about Blistered Leaves on Oak and Maple Trees - What Happened?

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