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Pin Oaks

Patrick O'Cain forestek at csrlink.net
Sat Aug 1 23:04:28 EST 1998

If the leaves are rolled up like cigarettes, it could  be the "Oak Leaf 
Roller" Right now the larvae are only about 1/8" (3mm)  long. They are 
yellowish green and have a dark head.  Like Don said, try to open one of the 
leaves and see whats inside.

In article <1998080118524100.OAA09850 at ladder03.news.aol.com>, mmemu at aol.com 
(MMEMU) wrote:
>I have  3 year old Pin Oak seedlings that are showing a deformed curling at the
>tips of the new growth.  All the new leaves are small and appear to be curled
>into a tight ball.  Any ideas. These trees are in good bottomland soil and are
>in  a mixed planting with Loblolly Pine and Tulip Poplar. 

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