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My lacebark elm is sapping what does this mean?

Posted by dinahburch none (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 15, 14 at 2:08

I have some well established lacebark elms and last year I noticed one was sapping. It is not looking normal as we start the summer. The leaves are not looking healthy ( almost webbed) The leaves also are close to the limbs of the tree, they haven't branched out like normal. I noticed that I have another tree that looks very healthy, but it's sapping too. What do I need to do to ensure I don't loose these trees and who would I call in the western Oklahoma are to have come and look at them? I can't live without my trees!!
Any help is so appreciated!

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RE: My lacebark elm is sapping what does this mean?

i dont know what you mean when you say they are sapping...

can you post a pic ...

you could call your county extension office and ask for a referral to an ISA certified arborist in your area


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