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} Jun 07, One of my ash trees is dropping it's new leaves. The leaves are green and they're dropping like crazy. I don't remember this ever happening other years and I don't want to lose the tree. It's in the front yard and shades the house beautifully.

Any suggestions? treeseer. Jun 2, treeseer Advocatus Pro Arbora. Joined Jan 2, Messages. May 17, A disease that’s causing ash trees to lose their leaves won’t kill the trees. Many people have noticed leaves falling from their ash trees and are worried the trees are dying. They can stop worrying, according to Joe Zeleznik, North Dakota State University Extension Service forestry specialist. “The leaves are falling due to a fungal problem called ash anthracnose” Zeleznik treedrop.pwg: Winter Park.

The leaf drop is probably due to anthracnose. Anthracnose is a common fungal disease of trees in Iowa. Anthracnose may occur on ash, sycamore, maple, oak, walnut, and other deciduous trees (see encyclopedia article Anthracnose on shade trees). Cool, rainy weather in spring favors anthracnose development. Symptoms of anthracnose vary with the tree species. Feb 23, The fungus causes large, irregular brown patches on young leaflets, usually following the veins.

Leaves may be deformed, and leaf drop can be severe, especially in the lower part of the tree where the foliage is slow to dry. By the time you notice leaf drop, the fungus has usually run its course, and no treatment is treedrop.pwted Reading Time: 50 secs.

Sep 01, Anthracnose, a tree fungus, can cause ash trees to lose their leaves early. Moist, humid weather allows the fungus to thrive and turns leaves a blotchy brown. Anthracnose tends to not be a huge issue for ash trees. Raking and destroying diseased leaves can help minimize the treedrop.pwg: Winter Park. Fortunately, most tree types–including ash– can easily shake off anthracnose.





While the fungus can cause some leaves to fall, a flush of fresh leaves should come in within a few months. While you wait, the best thing to do is get rid of the branches seriously affected and reboot your tree’s health.





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