Quercus cerris
Turkish Oak
Fagaceae

mildew

Mildew:

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

Diseases Quercus cerris

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.

 

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Classification Quercus cerris

Height: up to 35 m (114 ft)

Leaf: up to 14 cm long, coarsely dentate

Flowers: April - May, inconspicuous

Fruit: acorns

Branches: Sprouts are grayish brown and felt-like

Bark: gray and smooth, later deep grooves

Root: deep roots

Habitat: sun - half-shade

Soil: sandy - loamy to very loamy

ph-value: acidic to basic
Quercus cerris

chicken on Oak
Andricus lignicola (HTG) Gallwesp

Frequently occurring galls at Quercus cerris

 

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gall on Oak
Neuroterus numismalis (OLIV.)

gall on Oak
Neuroterus laevisculus SCHENK
gall on Oak
Cynips quercusfolii L.
gall on Oak
Biorhiza pallida
gall on Oak
Gallwesp
gall on Oak
Biorhiza pallida