Beech leaf disease (BLD) affects and kills both native and ornamental beech tree species. It is associated with a nematode, Litylenchus crenatae mccannii. The disease was first discovered in Ohio in 2012. Neighboring infections currently exist in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Ontario, Canada. How To Identify Beech Leaf Disease What You…
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Why you need it.. How it’s done.. And what to expect.
Oak Wilt is a fast moving tree fungus that has been discovered in places as close as Long Island and Brooklyn recently.
People often get concerned when they see the bark of their trees shedding. Read on to learn when it’s normal, and when you should call an arborist.