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Oak Wilt Treatment and Prevention in Texas

Oak Wilt

Mortality Rate: Very High

Oak Wilt is a very destructive tree disease that mostly affects Red and Live Oaks.

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bacterial-leaf-scorch

Bacterial Leaf Scorch

Mortality Rate: Moderate

Bacterial Leaf Scorch affects oak trees, spots appear on foliage that looks as if the oak tree has been burned and laboratory testing is required to confirm this disease.

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fall-webworms

Fall Webworm

Mortality Rate: Moderate

Fall Webworms are one of the most common foliage-feeding caterpillars in the North Texas region, its immature stage is the White Moth.

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Oak Leaf Rollers

Mortality Rate: Moderate

Oak Leaf Rollers, this moth species that eat tree buds and young leaves and roll the leaves together with their spun silk.

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Rapid Oak Decline

Mortality Rate: Moderate

Rapid Oak Decline is triggered by drought and is still recovering from the drought that occurred from 1998 to 2000.

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Oak Wilt Identification in Texas.

Oak Wilt causes a brownish-yellow tone on the foliage of the tree.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Oak Wilt is a very destructive tree disease that mostly affects Red and Live Oaks. Oak Wilt is a highly-infectious fungal tree destroyer and spreads rapidly throughout your residential grounds by means of insect activity or from the root systems of infected trees being in close vicinity of each other and entangling.

Oak Wilt is a highly infectious fungal tree destroyer and spreads rapidly throughout your residential grounds utilizing insect activity or from the root systems of infected trees being in close vicinity of each other and entangling. Oak wilt spreads quickly and infected trees can die within several months or less.

Yes, Oak Wilt can be combated by using tree injections to boost the trees immune system also known as "CODIT" or "compartmentalization of decay in trees".

About 85% of Red and Live Oaks die from Oak Wilt if not treated in time.