Are you Seeing a Fungus on your Crabapple Trees?


What is it?

Mr. Will King with Ahlum & Arbor, suggests that with the cool nights and wet weather we’ve had, it is a good chance that it is Apple Scab.

Don’t worry, it will not kill a tree, it just destroys the leaves. You may not notice it until July or August when the tree experiences leaf loss.

If you have a crabapple or apple tree, and it has not been treated, give us a call and we can work to have it treated to prevent this Apple Scab.

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