Iron chlorosis is a yellowing of plant leaves often caused by iron deficiency that affects many desirable landscape plants in North America. The primary symptom of iron deficiency is interveinal chlorosis, the development of a yellow leaf with a network of dark green veins.
Oak bracket is a fibrous, “weeping” fungus that grows at the base of oak trees. The thick fruiting body is called a conk and varies from 2-12cm in width. The surface is a creamy brown color with pitted tubes that secrete an orange/amber liquid when young.
Pine sawflies are conifer-feeding insects. They are categorized into two groups: spring species and summer species. Both feed on pine needles, causing the needles to turn yellow or brown. Sometimes the needles are completely consumed.