Bacterial leaf scorch is a disease that effects many trees native to the area. The disease is caused by a bacteria called xylella fastidiosa, which is spread by tree sap and insects. Weather conditions, including storms with heavy winds, can increase the chance of your trees being affected. Unfortunately, trees infected with bacterial leaf scorch need to be removed in the vast majority of cases.
Removing Three Trees in Drexel Hill
We recently took down three trees for a customer in Drexel Hill. One of these trees, a white oak, had died due to bacterial leaf scorch. We also removed a structurally compromised tulip poplar and an ash tree on the adjacent rear property.