White covering over the leaves. In extreme cases, it is advisable
to gain control.
Diseases Pin Oak
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.
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
Soil: sandy - loamy to very loamy
ph-value: slightly acidic to alkalescent