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 Last Update 02/04/07

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Elm tree Canker Cankers are a fungal disease.  

The leaves turn bright yellow (similar to the symptoms of Dutch elm disease) with reddish-brown to black cankers on the twigs and small branches. The infected leaves can stay on the tree for several weeks.

There is no chemical treatment. Pruning is the best way to manage this disease.

 

 

 


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