Small black spots that grow together to form larger spots. Not dangerous
for the tree.
Diseases Carolina Poplar
Other Broadleaf Foliar Diseases (Melampsora larici-populina)
Disease of the shoot ends
Black colored leaves, dried out shoot ends.
Poplar spiral gall aphid (Pemphigus spirothecae PASS.)
Not dangerous for the tree.
Canker (Nectria galligena):
Fungi that leads to the breaking off of bark. Affected twigs and
branches should be removed and burned. If the trunk is affected,
then an expert should be called to remove canker.
Classification Carolina Poplar
Height: up to 30 m
Leaf: rounded and triangula
Flowers: April, catkins
Fruit: greenish brown catkins
Branches: yellowish to light gray
Bark: first white and smooth, later covered in bark and black, deep
Root: shallow root, extremely long
Habitat: sun to half-shade
Soil: sandy-loamy to clayey
ph-value: slightly acidic to slightly alkalescent