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Diseases of Deciduous Trees: Oak - Oak Anthracnose

Young leaves infected by anthracnose may appear spotted, blotchy, curled, or deformed.
Infected tissue turns brown (necrotic). Photo courtesy of Robert Blanchette.

Infected leaves showing browning and curling. Severe infections cause premature leaf drop.
Photo courtesy of Robert Blanchette.

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