what causes mid-summer leaf loss in white oak trees

happens both in irrigated yard and non-irrigated yard



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    There are a handful of fungal diseases, or parasitic issues with white oak trees.  They tend to be rather hearty and resistant to disease, however the link below gives a number of of potential issues. 

    The fungus that I found to most closely match your question is Anthracnose.  It is a fungal disease which causes leaves to droop and fall off early.

    this is a photo of a white oak infected with Anthracnose

    [img_assist|nid=178549|title=White Oak Disease|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=66]

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