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Cottonwood District

Cottonwood District

Barton County Office

1800 12th Street
Great Bend, KS 67530

620-793-1910
620-793-1913 fax
BT@listserv.ksu.edu

Ellis County Office

601 Main Street
Hays, KS 67601

785-628-9430
785-621-2002 fax
el@listserv.ksu.edu

 

Deciduous Tree Diseases

Deciduous [ dih-sij-oo-uh s ] adjective -

falling off or shed at a particular season, stage of growth, etc., as leaves, horns, or teeth. (dictionary.com definition)

Common species in Kansas include: Maple, Redbud, Hawthorn, Chokecherry, Hornbeam, Goldenrain Tree, Smoketree, Osage Orange, Crabapple, Ornamental Pear, Oak, Hackberry, Honeylocust, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Japanese Pagoda, Linden, Elm, Japanese Zelkova, Ash, and Cottonwood

 

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tree and shrub problems

 

Diseases by Season:

 Spring

Anthracnose of Shade trees                                                                                  

Ash/ Lilac Borer

Ash Flower Gall Mite

Ash Rust

Bleeding Cankers

Borers in Trees

Cankerworms 

Dutch Elm Disease

Elm Leaf Beetle

Fireblight

Flooding

Frost Damage

Galls

Hawthorn Rust

Leaf Drop in Spring

Mites

Sunscald

 

Summer

Ash Leaf Spot

Botryosphaeria Canker of Oak

Cottonwood Borer

Environmental Stress

Honeylocust Leafhopper Complex

Iron Chlorosis

Scorch

 

Fall

Bark Shedding

Frost Cracks

 

Winter 

Winter Damage