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In this GardenSmart article, Jason Muchmore of Davey's Cincinnati office tells readers how to spot signs of anthracnose in their trees and which trees it usually impacts. 

Posted: Aug. 6, 2019 

If the bright and shiny leaves on your shade tree look dull, have brown spots or appear dead, the culprit could be a destructive leaf disease known as anthracnose. The disease can affect ash, maple, oak, sycamore and dogwood trees.

"We're seeing quite a bit more anthracnose disease in both sycamore and ash trees," says Cincinnati Davey Tree arborist Jason Muchmore.

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