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Hypoxylon Canker

In Texas, trees can be affected by Hypoxylon Canker, a pathogen that is relatively weak in nature. Many hardwood species such as Oak, Sycamore, Pecan, and Elms in various habitats can be affected. Hypoxylon enters a tree through wounding or injury. When you observe Hypoxylon on a tree, it indicates that the tree is already […]

Drippy Acorn

Brenerria quercina or Drippy Acorn is favored by heat, moisture, and insect wounding. The bacterium enters the acorn shell through puncture wounds, which a variety of insects cause during egg laying and feeding.

Phytophtera Root Rot

Phytophtera root rot is a fungal pathogen that affects many types of trees and plants. It is a soil-borne disease found on living roots that can survive for long periods of time without a host. Most often, Phytophtera is found on sites with poor draining soil and/or excessive irrigation.