When you are looking for a company that can provide valuable information on ash tree disease in Brantford, Beauregard's Tree Service is the one you can rely on. Ash dieback is caused by a type of fungus that infects ash trees. The fungus can affect trees of all ages and has been one of the most common causes of ash tree mortality in European countries in the last decade. The fungus can spread through the movement of diseased ash plants and logs. It is also accepted that wind-blown spores are also a common source of spreading the disease.
The spreading of the disease can be minimized by safely incorporating fallen leaves into compost and leaf mould bins. As of now, there’s no chemical control method available to contain the ash tree disease.
Our team will brief you about the symptoms so that you will be able to identify the disease and stop it from spreading in time. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us.
The infected trees tend to develop black blotches on leaves and they wilt. Small, lens-shaped lesions appear on the bark of stems and branches. Affected trees exhibit extensive dieback of twigs, shoots and branches.