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by Elsiecreek on August 06, 2004 07:31 PM
I have 2 Quaking Aspens that I just purchased. They seem to have a black leaf blight. Leaves are turning black. I picked off the black leaves and have planted one of them and therefore they are not separated. One seems to be ok now but the one I planted is still getting the black leaves. Any idea what this is and how to treat it?
by Elsiecreek on August 06, 2004 07:33 PM
I wanted to correct my topic. The plants have been separated. The one I planted seems to still have the problem of black leaf.
by BoothX3 on August 10, 2004 09:47 PM
I too, planted a quaking aspen, and some of the leaves have turned black or have black blotches one them. I just assumed it was from the stress of transplanting them from the original container to our yard. Our young tree is about five feet tall, so I hope he is not trying to die on us.

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by M. D. Vaden of Oregon on August 12, 2004 04:07 AM
So, apparently you never read about them first - is that correct?

[wayey]

I don't really like to advise about chemical controls these days - primarily proper care issues and selecting good trees.

Your trees are exhibiting the wonderful world of aspen trees.

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