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} Jun 30, If you are providing adequate water for your trees, leaf drop with no other symptoms of insects or disease is not a cause for concern.

Locust trees prefer a more moist climate but are able to adapt to our hot, dry environment by disposing of excess leaves. Locust trees are also very susceptible to aphids, insects common in locust trees this year. Aug 17, Honey locusts are great lawn/patio trees because their leaves are so small. August is normal for leaf drop and if you had a super hot summer locust tree leaves falling off avenue of stress and excess leaf drop.

– stormy Aug 18 '16 at What is happening to my sunburst locust tree? Oct 19, The honey locust tree has attractive leaves that start out bright green and develop into yellow in the fall. After the leaves wall off in the winter, the tree will grow new leaves in the spring, typically a few weeks earlier than the black locust tree. This tree has thorns on both the base of the leaves and long their branches.

The Locusts do get aphids in the spring and summer, however they do disappear and new growth happens. These trees are great shade trees. The leaves are a beautiful golden colour in the spring and are the last leaves to fall in the autumn. They look almost gothic during the winter months with their zig zagging branches. Sep 01, Learn why your tree leaves may be falling early.

3 Reasons Why Trees Lose Their Leaves in Early Fall or Summer (June, July or August) Why are leaves falling off trees already? There are three general reasons why trees lose their leaves early.

In fall, the fern-like foliage turns a beautiful yellow color, similar to all types of locust trees.

The canopy is crowded. Some trees may have grown more leaves than they can support, so they drop leaves.

Both species of locust will drop leaves under moisture stress conditions. Being the tree is in a small cutout area, the 18 square feet of exposed soil may not be providing enough water to hold leaves when temperatures rise. Another possibility could be spider mites, but they usually cause yellowing of the foliage before dropping.

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