May 28, 2014

Lots of local news coverage on the impending invasion of the emerald ash borer has many owners of ash trees alert for any unusual symptoms. So I was not surprised by the number of recent calls I’ve been getting about blighted ash leaves. Leaf drop in mid May is a commo...

June 8, 2012

The way this client found me is a little bit strange.  He found my website by googling “bacterial leaf scorch” (I have articles posted about my experiences with BLS).  That’s what another “arborist” told him was wrong with his ash tree.  And that the disease would kill...

May 9, 2012

Most of the ash trees in our area have been losing leaves in the past few days because the rainy weather is ideal for the ash anthracnose fungus disease.  Learn about ash anthracnose from this article in the Jacobs Tree Surgery blog:  DON’T PANIC!  Your ash tree is goi...

May 19, 2011

Don't panic.  See 5/23/09 article.

October 3, 2010

You do not necessarily need to cut down your oak tree if you find out that it has bacterial leaf scorch. Yes, BLS is incurable.  But hey – so is diabetes.  If you find out you have diabetes are you going to go right to Dr. Kevorkian? Of course not!  Your doctor is goin...

October 1, 2010

Mrs. H and Mr. M from yesterday’s story have something else in common besides being surprised to find out the trees at their new houses had problems.  Both Mrs. H’s red oak and Mr. Ms pin oak have foliage that shows scorch symptoms.  Both could possibly be infected wit...

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