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How to Identify Oak Leaves. With over sixty different oak species in the U.S alone and hundreds more across the globe, it can be challenging to identify oak leaves. To help narrow down a specific tree, they can be distinguished into two basic categories by leaf shape alone: red oaks and white oaks. Learning the...

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A Visual Guide - Problems of Oaks Oak groups Oaks are usually divided into two groups: red-black oak group and white oak group. Some problems of oaks are restricted to or are more severe in one group versus the other. It is therefore important to know to which group an oak belongs. Leaf shape is the simplest way of telling one from the other.

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Pin Oak Tree Diseases. Pin oak trees are large shade trees that have an oval-pyramidal shape with glossy, dark green leaves. If given the proper growing environment, a pin oak can grow to be 70 feet tall. Pin oaks prefer full sun and are tolerant of many environmental problems such as flooding and heavy clay soil. However, many diseases can...

hortnews.extension.iastate.edu/1997/7-11-1997/pinoak.html

Here's a commonly heard problem on the ISU Hortline: "I have a beautiful pin oak in the front yard--it's been there for almost 25 years. And now it's starting to die off and the leaves look terrible. What can I do?"On most Iowa soils, probably the best course of action would have been to never have planted pin oak in the first place.

www.canr.msu.edu/news/severe_chlorosis_in_pin_oaks

Severe chlorosis in pin oaks. Yellowing in pin oaks is usually related to underlying soil issues. June 13, 2013 - Author: Bert Cregg, Michigan State University Extension, Departments of Horticulture and Forestry Leaf chlorosis (yellowing) is a perennial problem of pin oak (Quercus palustris) trees in landscapes in many parts of Michigan.

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Plant Health Care Recommendations for Pin Oak Pin oak (Quercus palustris) is a fast growing, large maturing shade tree which has a pleasing oval-pryamidal shape. Leaves are a deeply lobed, glossy dark green during the summer. Fall color is highly variable, ranging from red to brown. During the dormant season, the unique

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Generally, however, leaf galls are a cosmetic problem only and do not adversely affect the health of the tree. Oak leaf skeletonizers These caterpillars may damage the leaves on both oak groups. They eat the fleshy, green part of the lower surface of oak leaves, giving the leaves a brownish skeletonized appearance.

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Pin Oak, when compared to Scarlet Oak, is very similar in many characteristics, including the shape of its leaves. However, it is known as the Oak with leaves that have U-shaped "open" and spreading sinuses between the lobes, as compared to the "closed" C-shaped sinuses of Scarlet Oak.

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Major Oak Diseases and their Control • Page of 10 To prevent damage, water and fertilize trees properly. This includes furnishing iron to Texas red oaks that develop chlorosis. Trees deficient in iron are under stress and are more susceptible to many foliage pathogens. Rake and destroy fallen leaves and use copper, maneb,

www.thoughtco.com/reconsider-planting-pin-oak-1343529

However, the tree grows into a gigantic tree and you need plenty of yard room - at least 600 sq.ft. Pin oak needs acid soil and "wet" feet so soil test first. Its leaves will turn yellow and decline in vigor if planted on alkaline soils. The tree can also be a maintenance problem because of a tendency to grow limbs low down the trunk.