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Ash Tree Flowers

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Ash Tree Flowers

Many homeowners become alarmed when they see green or brown clusters hanging from branches on their ash trees. The clusters are ash flower galls and do not harm the tree. Most ash trees are dioecious – that is, the tree has either all male flowers (staminate) or all female (pistillate) flowers. Early in spring, a tiny eriophyid mite, Eriophyes fraxinivorus, feeds on the tiny male ash flowers. Ash flower gall mites are too small to be seen without the aid of a magnifying glass.DESCRIPTIONThe ash tree, in response to the insect feeding, grows tissue around the insect. As a result, the flowers enlarge and stay on the tree for up to two years, instead of dropping off the plant during the first spring. The galls are green at first, but become brown later in the growing season. Research has shown that the galls do not harm tree vitality, though they can be considered unsightly. In extremely rare situations, the weight of galls can cause branches to be strained.LIFE CYCLEThe tiny mites (about 2/100 of an inch long) spend the winter under flower buds and begin feeding and laying eggs in the developing flowers in spring. The feeding stimulates plant tissues to grow around the insects, creating the gall.  There are several generations during the spring and summer. In the fall, fertilized females move to bark crevices and beneath bud scales to overwinter.SYMPTOMSLook for round, green, ½ to 1 inch tumor-like growths on the flowers. Sometimes leaf distortion is seen. Late in the summer, galls turn dark brown and become woody. They may remain on the tree for up to two growing seasons. The galls are more noticeable when the leaves fall off the tree in autumn.MANAGEMENTThe galls are usually just an aesthetic problem, so management is not necessary. Share this page
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Ash Tree Flowers

Many homeowners become alarmed when they see green or brown clusters hanging from branches on their ash trees. The clusters are ash flower galls and do not harm the tree. Most ash trees are dioecious – that is, the tree has either all male flowers (staminate) or all female (pistillate) flowers. Early in spring, a tiny eriophyid mite, Eriophyes fraxinivorus, feeds on the tiny male ash flowers. Ash flower gall mites are too small to be seen without the aid of a magnifying glass.DESCRIPTIONThe ash tree, in response to the insect feeding, grows tissue around the insect. As a result, the flowers enlarge and stay on the tree for up to two years, instead of dropping off the plant during the first spring. The galls are green at first, but become brown later in the growing season. Research has shown that the galls do not harm tree vitality, though they can be considered unsightly. In extremely rare situations, the weight of galls can cause branches to be strained.LIFE CYCLEThe tiny mites (about 2/100 of an inch long) spend the winter under flower buds and begin feeding and laying eggs in the developing flowers in spring. The feeding stimulates plant tissues to grow around the insects, creating the gall.  There are several generations during the spring and summer. In the fall, fertilized females move to bark crevices and beneath bud scales to overwinter.SYMPTOMSLook for round, green, ½ to 1 inch tumor-like growths on the flowers. Sometimes leaf distortion is seen. Late in the summer, galls turn dark brown and become woody. They may remain on the tree for up to two growing seasons. The galls are more noticeable when the leaves fall off the tree in autumn.MANAGEMENTThe galls are usually just an aesthetic problem, so management is not necessary.

Ash Tree Flowers

Ash Tree Flowers
Ash Tree Flowers
Ash Tree Flowers
Ash Tree Flowers

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