Apple Scab

Apple Scab is a fungus that infects apple trees across the Midwest.

Protect Your Apple Trees With Apple Scab Treatments

Apple Scab is a common fungus that develops on diseased leaves left around the base of apple or crab apple trees. This fungus then releases it’s spores in spring, infecting the tree. Apple Scab can causes yellowish-brown leaves as well as early loss of leaves to your apple trees. Thankfully, a preventative treatment plan that address Apple Scab in early spring can protect your apples so you can enjoy a bountiful harvest come Autumn.