Protect Manitoba's Trees. Watch out for Cottony ash psyllid.

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Due to their small size, their presence is usually noticed only when trees start showing stress. You'll see:

  • thinning in the upper portion of the tree
  • browning, yellowing and curling along the edge of leaves indicating a first generation psyllid population
  • curled and misshapen leaves
  • a cottony substance found within the curled leaves indicating a second generation psyllid population
  • heavily damaged leaves can have a cauliflower appearance
  • leaves may drop prematurely

Over time, their presence will weaken the ash trees, making them vulnerable to other illnesses and predisposing them to a premature death.