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The leaf drop is likely due to anthracnose. Anthracnose is a common fungal disease of sycamore, ash, maple, oak, and other trees. Anthracnose is most severe in years with cool, wet spring weather. While anthracnose may cause extensive defoliation, it does not cause serious harm to healthy, well-established trees.

Too much or too little water can cause late summer leaf loss.

Aug 19, sycamore trees dropping dead leaves all summer # Asked August 19,PM EDT Our sycamore trees have been dropping dead leaves all summer. Jun 16, Many leaves may drop during late summer. This problem is most severe on the youngest branches. This problem may be mistaken for damage caused by anthracnose or lacebugs. However, the brown areas caused by anthracnose cross over the veins and often cover the entire leaf.

Lacebugs leave brown droplets of excrement on the lower surfaces of the leaves. Jun 28, Sycamore anthracnose is caused by the fungal pathogen Apiognomonia veneta, which overwinters on dead Platanus spp. leaves, as well as in infected twigs and branch cankers. The pathogen starts reproducing from these sources to infect new leaves and shoots. Fungal spores are spread via rain splash as the new leaves and shoots stumplopping.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins.

May 03, (such as we’ve had in St. Louis this spring) coincide with the emergence of the young sycamore leaves. Both emerging and larger leaves will wilt, turn brown and fall from the trees.

Cankers (sunken spots) develop on twigs and branches, and in severe cases can girdle the branch causing it to die. A canker/lesion caused by anthracnose. The big, beautiful sycamore tree grows fast to provides refreshing shade in a sweltering Florida summer. With large, pretty leaves and peeling bark that creates an attractive mottled trunk, this tree does best in cooler areas of South Florida.

This is not a small yard tree. Sycamores are enormous fast growing shade trees that can grow to 80 feet.

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