Pin Oak
Quercus palustris
Fagaceae

mildew

Mildew:

White covering over the leaves. In extreme cases, it is advisable to gain control.

Diseases Pin Oak

oak decline

Oak decline:

Symptoms: sparse foliage, yellowed leaves, dying limbs and branches. Dying of the bark and the following mucous secretion. At this time there is no treatment possible.

 

leaf of pin oakleaf back side of pin oakpin oak maks on leaf back sideleaves of pin oak in autumleaves of pin oakfruoit of pin oakterminal buds of pin oakflowers blossom of pin oakbark stem of pin oak

Classification Pin Oak

Height: up to 40 m (131 ft)

Leaf: wide lobed, deeply sinuated, red fall coloring

Flowers: May, inconspicuous

Fruit: acorns, half-round

Branches: smooth, protruding horizontally

Bark: gray - grayish green, shallow grooves

Root: shallow - heart - shaped roots

Habitat: sun

Soil: sandy - loamy to very loamy

ph-value: slightly acidic to alkalescent


pin oak