Do you have unsightly brown spots on your tree foliage? Is your tree exhibiting early leaf drop? These are indications of anthracnose disease. Contact our ISA certified arborist at (817) 697-2884 and request a complimentary consultation with our tree care expert. Anthracnose Treatment in Southlake, TX, call (817) 697-2884 for an Anthracnose diagnosing!
Diagnosing Anthracnose Disease
This visually disturbing tree ailment is caused by a variety of fungal pathogens. Although it does not destroy the tree, if anthracnose is not treated early it will weaken the tree and cause it to become more susceptible to many serious tree diseases and invasive insect pests. Anthracnose manifests in early spring when the weather here in Southlake, Texas is still cooler and damp. It spreads quickly and can invade other seemingly healthy trees and plants within your outdoor grounds.
Anthracnose targets many shade tree varieties including, but not limited to, elm, oak, ash, sycamore, maple, and walnut. In addition to brown and tan spots, infected trees will exhibit foliage with discolorations ranging from tan to purple and black shades. Foliage will become deformed, shriveled, blotched and spotted. In its advanced stages, premature defoliation will occur and the tree will have a general thinning appearance. Canker sores will eventually manifest, making the tree vulnerable to numerous destructive pathogens.
Contact us immediately when your tree is showing indications of anthracnose infection. The experienced plant pathologist will complete a tree evaluation report and determine the specific treatment required to halt this tree disease. Fallen leaves, dead branches and any severely diseased trees must be removed by a tree removal professional.Controlled watering techniques such as soil drenching administered by a tree care specialist will reduce the chances of anthracnose from occurring. A personalized continual tree and plant health care plan customized for you by arbor care professional will ensure that your trees do not contract Anthracnose.
Treatment Of Anthracnose
At Truly Arbor Care, we have been maintaining the health of trees and plants in our community for over 25 years. Our ISA certified arborist has extensive university training in plant pathology. The tree doctors, arborists that treat sick trees and our family of devoted tree care specialists will diagnose, treat and restore the health of your trees. If you have Anthracnose on your property, call (817) 697-2884 for a free consultation from a certified arborist in Southlake, TX.