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How to Kill an Apple Tree

How to Kill an Apple Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-11-02Views:130

A wide variety of apple trees are planted in home gardens, and the resulting fruit is used in fresh and processed forms. Apple trees grow well in areas of full sun in well-drained, fertile soil. Standard-size trees grow up to 20 feet tall. Despite th[More]

How to Kill Worms On an Apple Tree

How to Kill Worms On an Apple Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-21Views:130

Apple maggots, codling moth larvae and fall webworms can infest and damage an apple tree. Apple maggots hatch in the fruit and then eat their way through. Coddling moth larvae rot the core of the apple and make one straight tunnel to the outside. Fal[More]

About apple tree bark disease

About apple tree bark disease

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-02-25Views:130

Apple trees can contract different infections, including insect infestations and fruit diseases. Apple tree bark is susceptible to disease as well and, if left untreated, it can affect the plant from its leaves all the way to the roots. Most apple tr[More]

Leaf Curl on Apple Trees

Leaf Curl on Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-04-10Views:130

There are several reasons for apple leaves to curl. One of them is simply fall weather, and a natural part of the growth cycle of all deciduous trees. If leaves are turning colour, curling or dropping in spring or summer, it can be a sign of a seriou[More]

How to Prune & Maintain Old Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-07-23Views:130

Apple trees are great trees to have in the home garden or landscape. Since they produce fruit in the cooler autumn months, they provide an abundance of apples for your table after the traditional gardening season has ended. Years of neglect do not us[More]

Pesticides for Apple Tree Fruit Pests

Pesticides for Apple Tree Fruit Pests

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-04-18Views:130

Many insects and apple tree diseases can be avoided before your trees are even planted. By planting trees that are resistant to apple scab, you can eliminate up to eight fungicide treatments a season, according to the Rhode Island Cooperative Extensi[More]

How to Prevent Worms From Getting on Your Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-04-26Views:130

If you are noticing brown spots on the skin of your apples, it is likely that the fruit of your apple tree has been infested with a worm. The worms are caused by fruit flies that fly around your apple tree laying eggs inside the skin of the fruit. On[More]

Apple Tree Bark Is Peeling

Apple Tree Bark Is Peeling

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-07-15Views:130

Apple trees have a long life, and in that long life you may notice the bark peeling. This may occur for a few reasons, but most of them don't indicate that the tree is severely diseased or dying, even if it's very old. Pruning is one way to remedy th[More]

Yellow Delicious Apple Tree Diseases

Yellow Delicious Apple Tree Diseases

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-11-19Views:130

The Yellow Delicious Apple is a variety of apple tree known for producing yellow-skinned fruit with a sweet flavour and firm texture. According to the Wilson Bros. Nursery website, these trees grow well in USDA hardiness zones 5 through 9 and should[More]

Red Trunk Crab Apple Tree Disease

Red Trunk Crab Apple Tree Disease

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-12-20Views:130

Red jade crab apple trees are members of the Rosaceae family and have reddish-brown bark. According to the University of Florida IFAS Extension, red jade crab apple trees are susceptible to diseases that target the tree. Types Red jade crab apple tre[More]

How to Spray Apple Trees for Insects Naturally

How to Spray Apple Trees for Insects Naturally

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-05-22Views:130

Raising your own apple trees can reward you with fresh, tasty apples. You may opt in favour of using natural sprays on your apple trees to deter insects and to prevent chemical build up in the apples and the environment. However, natural sprays such[More]

How to Rid Canker on Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-06-08Views:130

Canker is a disease found on apple trees that is essentially a fungi taking over a part of the tree that is already weakened. You can distinguish canker by the orange-brown and sometimes black colour that takes over a part of the tree, followed by an[More]

Apple Tree Diseases and Scabs

Apple Tree Diseases and Scabs

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-26Views:130

Apple scab is one of several diseases that can plague apple trees. These diseases can attack an apple tree, causing it to lose its leaves and weakening the tree as a whole. To control diseases, first identify the problem, then implement a consistent[More]

Diseases of the apple tree trunk

Diseases of the apple tree trunk

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-12-28Views:130

The most common reason for poor yield from apple trees is apple tree diseases like rust, fire blight, apple scab and powdery mildew. Nearly all the well apple varieties are susceptible to either one or more of these diseases. Some form of organic or[More]

How to Cure Canker Fungus on an Apple Tree

How to Cure Canker Fungus on an Apple Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2015-04-21Views:130

Nectria galligena is the fungus behind the canker that affects apple trees. In the early stages of the disease, also known as European canker, the infected branches display elongated reddish wounds. As the tree fights back, the tissue hardens to clos[More]

Blooming Season for Apple Trees

Blooming Season for Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-01-23Views:130

Ohio State University categorises apple trees into four basic groups by their blooming season. Exact blooming time for many varieties is unknown even to experts because each variety differs depending on where they are planted. Early One of the earlie[More]

How fast do apple trees grow?

How fast do apple trees grow?

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-02-24Views:130

Apple trees are one of the most commonly grown fruit trees. Available from most nurseries and garden supply stores, they are very easy to grow. Growth rates The Arbor Day Foundation categorises trees as either fast growing (60 cm (24 inches) or more[More]

Winter Care for Apple Trees

Winter Care for Apple Trees

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-03-25Views:130

Caring for apple trees extends past their growing season. In order to ensure that apple trees continue to bear well and remain healthy, meet their physical needs during the winter. During the winter, apple trees are subjected to harsher climates, and[More]

How to Identify Apple Tree Compared to Pear Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-04-14Views:130

Apple trees and pear trees are quite similar, but with a little detective work you can determine which one you have in front of you. You can purchase or borrow a field guide to trees to help you and then use the guide with your observations of the fr[More]

Black Spots on Apple Trees

Black Spots on Apple Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-04-29Views:130

All varieties of apple trees are susceptible to fungal diseases, which cause symptoms such as black spots to develop on leaves and fruit. These infections may also compromise the health of the tree itself. Types Apple scab is caused by the fungus Ven[More]

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