Browning of the leaves:
Larger brown spots (necrosis) along the veins of the leaves. Treatment
is not necessary.
Diseases Plane Tree
Plane tree Miner moth (Phyllonorycter platani):
Browning within the veins from the mines underneath the leaf, which
are caused by the larva of the miner moth. Treatment is not yet
possible. In any case, foliage should be removed.
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 Plane Tree
Height: up to 30 m
Leaf: 3 - 5 lobed, 12 - 25 cm
Flowers: March - April, inconspicuous
Branches: greenish to reddish brown
Bark: gray - brown, scaly
Root: deep roots - heart-shaped roots
Soil: sandy to loamy
ph-value: neutral to very basic