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Journal of Arboriculture, August 1976 153 SYCAMORE ANTHRACNOSE by Dan Neely Sycamore anthracnose has a long history. A report on this disease was published in England in 1815.
Florida Forest Diseases Sycamore Anthracnose Sycamore anthracnose is a disease caused by the fungus Apiognomonia veneta . Anthracnose is a general term that refers to necrosis or dead patches that occur on leaves - and sometimes buds and stems of numerous hardwood species.
However, in some cases (e.g., sycamore anthracnose), the fungus also overwinters in buds, cankered branches, and twigs on the tree. Infections of leaves, flowers, fruit, and stem tissues can occur and are usually initiated in spring when new growth is emerging.
Anthracnose of Shade Trees PM 1280 Reviewed and Reprinted July 2006 Figure 1. Defoliation of sycamore Anthracnose is one of the most common and import ant foliage diseases of shade trees in Iowa.
Problem: Sycamore Anthracnose - Gnomonia leptostyla Host Plants: Sycamore. London plane is considered resistant to anthracnose. Description: Sycamore anthracnose is the most serious of the anthracnose diseases in Kansas.
SYCAMORE ANTHRACNOSE: Causal Agents: Apiognomonia veneta (Discula platani) Hosts: Platanus (sycamore, London plane) Symptoms: Sycamore anthracnose often occurs in three phases, each of which can result in different types of symptoms.
Symptoms of sycamore anthracnose on a mature leaf. Photo courtesy of Clemson University Extension Service. Figure 2. Symptoms of Septoria leaf spot on a poplar leaf.
Therefore the fungus that causes sycamore anthracnose WILL NOT attack dogwood; likewise, the fungus that attacks dogwood will not attack sycamore." in the lower branches.
Anthracnose perature) are between 50° and 55° between bud break and early leaf emergence, anthracnose will be se-vere. Maple, oak, sycamore, birch and ash are affected by a variety of anthracnose organisms.