Actinopelte Leaf Spot commonly known as Tubakia, this occurs on many species of oak trees but is most prevalent in red oak trees.
Anthracnose is a type of fungal disease that affects trees and shrubs.
Bacterial Leaf Scorch affecting 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.
Hypoxylon Canker An extremely destructive fungal disease that targets trees that are already weakened.
Crown Gall can range in size from small, wart-like growths to large, woody masses that can seriously damage or kill the infected plant.
Leaf Disease Outbreaks Across Texas fungal oak leaf disease outbreaks are largely due to excessive rainfall and cooler than normal temperatures during the spring season.
Oak Leaf Blister during cool spring weather, nearly all oak varieties are subject to this fungal disease that causes raised, circular spots on the oak trees leaf surfaces.
Oak Wilt is a very destructive tree disease that mostly affects Red and Live Oaks.
Sudden Oak Death first reported in 1995, this quick-spreading deadly tree disease is caused by a water mold pathogen and has destroyed millions of oak trees throughout Texas.
Rapid Oak Decline the rapid decline of Savannah post oak trees is the result of weather extremes of drought and heavy rainfall, making the trees vulnerable to cankers, root rot, and wood-boring insects.