Exotic Pest Reporting
Ronald F. Billings, Texas Forest Service, Bugwood.org
Oak wilt (Bretziella fagacearum) is a fungal pathogen of oak trees. It is a native of North America and was first detected in North Carolina in 1951.
Once infected, mortality may occur in a few weeks for the red oaks and Texas live oaks or in several years for the white oaks.
09/21/2018 - Clare County forest update
09/21/2018 - Oak wilt detected in Bayfield, Douglas counties
09/07/2018 - Oak wilt detected in Ontario County
08/23/2018 - Oak Wilt disease killing trees in state
07/23/2018 - The War Against Oak Wilt
05/09/2018 - Does disc golf put trees at risk of oak wilt?
05/09/2018 - How to control and stop Oak Wilt
04/03/2018 - Worried about oak wilt?
09/07/2017 - Which Ohio Trees Will Survive Next Few Decades?
07/31/2017 - DEC warns residents to watch out for oak wilt
08/30/2016 - Persistence of oak wilt
08/24/2016 - Plant disease clinic identifies new case of oak wilt
06/16/2016 - Gardening: Be sure to protect oak trees quickly
03/01/2016 - PressReader.com - Connecting People Through News
02/15/2016 - Oak Wilt in Northeast Ohio | GARDENOPOLIS Cleveland
08/25/2015 - Oak wilt confirmed in Morrison County
12/02/2014 - Oak Wilt Outbreaks are Increasing Across Michigan
10/21/2014 - Disease killing oak trees : News : UpNorthLive.com
04/02/2014 - The Root of It All: EAB, oak wilt and firewood