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Oak wilt disease has been found in over 100 counties across Texas. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments available.

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Tree Diseases & Insects 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

Mortality Rate: High

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 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: High

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 Treatment ​in Texas

Oak wilt disease is caused by a fungus that attacks oak trees. It spreads through water and soil, so it’s important to keep your yard clean and avoid using pesticides near oaks.

Symptoms of Oak Wilt Disease

Oak wilt disease usually begins as small spots on leaves, branches, or twigs. As the disease progresses, these spots turn into dark brownish-yellow blotches on the foliage. If left untreated, the disease will eventually kill the tree.

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Oak wilt is a tree disease found in live oaks and red oaks. Tree Care, Arborist, Tree Surgeon, Tree Doctor.

Causes of Oak Wilt Disease

Oak wilt disease is caused by a fungus called Fusarium circinatum. This fungus infects oak trees during wet weather when soil temperatures are between 50°F and 70°F. It spreads through the roots of the tree and then moves up the trunk and branches.

Treatments Available

There are several ways to treat oak wilt disease. One option is to remove infected trees. Another is to spray the area with fungicides.

If these methods aren’t effective, there are other options. These include using biological controls, such as parasitic nematodes, and applying copper sulfate.

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