Tree diseases can cause superficial and deadly damage to your landscape plants. Get answers to common questions about tree diseases in this section.


Tree Diseases FAQs (77)



  1. There is a twin trunk which has been pruned properly over the years but recently has started to lean towards the house. I took out a dead twin two years ago, some 60 plus feet tall. How do I gauge it's health? The roots were severely damaged years ago.
  2. How badly can trees be damaged by a lawn mower?
  3. What's the best way to control aphids on my lime tree?
  4. Over the past few years my apple tree has stopped producing a good crop of apples. The few apples that are produced go brown and rotten on the trees.
  5. There is a twin trunk which has been pruned properly over the years but recently has started to lean towards the house. I took out a dead twin two years ago, some 60 plus feet tall. How do I gauge it's health? The roots were severely damaged years ago.
  6. The leaves on my magnolia are starting to go yellow yet the surrounding trees look fine. What could cause this?
  7. Are Hawthorn berries poisonous?
  8. I planted six young trees in early March. Despite watering them regularly they have all started to wilt and the leaves are starting to turn yellow.
  9. When is the best time to plant trees?
  10. I grow my own fruit and vegetables and am concerned about food contamination from fertilizing my trees and shrubs. Should I be worried?
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