White covering over the leaves. In extreme cases, it is advisable
to gain control.
Diseases Quercus cerris
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 Quercus cerris
Height: up to 35 m (114 ft)
Leaf: up to 14 cm long, coarsely dentate
Flowers: April - May, inconspicuous
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