Oak Tree Problem
Hello, had a client call the office and wants to know what is wrong with her Oak tree. She has only lived in the house for 2 years and both summers the same thing has happened. The leaves are yellow and turning brown, some of the branches are dead. The tree is 8-10 feet from the lake shoreline. She says "It looks like a tree that you would have in the fall". Can you help? Your help is always appreciated!
Gladwin County Michigan
The most common nutrient problem associated with chlorosis is lack of iron, but yellowing may also be caused by manganese, zinc, or nitrogen deficiencies.
Click on "Find an Arborist" at the top of the page; then click on United States from the pull-down menu. Then enter your State and City. This should bring up a list of certified arborists nearest to you. Or you may be able to locate one under "Tree Services" in your local Yellow Pages.