A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories
Anthracnose is a term applied to a group of foliage diseases that affect many hardwood tree species. Within the UK, anthracnose of willow caused by the fungus Marssonina salicicola has become especially prevalent over the past few years.
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- We have a Dogwood tree approximately seven years old. The bark is cracking in several spots the leaves are discoloring and wilting. What is this disease and can it be eliminated?
- Our huge Sycamore, as well as others in the neighborhood, started to leaf, then we got hit with some really cold weather and the buds appear to have died. There are now only some sparse leaves on our tree. Will this recover or is the tree doomed?