- Special Sections
- Public Notices
This spring, Brunswick County’s Cooperative Extension office has received numerous samples of oak leaves infected with oak leaf blister, a fungal leaf spot in the Taphrina genus. The disease is common on all oak species.
Microscopic spores are produced in leaf spots during mid-spring. These spores are carried by wind and splashing raindrops to bud scales and twigs, where they remain in a resting stage until the following spring. Then, rain washes the spores onto young leaves where infection takes place.
If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the Brunswick Beacon, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.
Click the question mark below to see where your account ID appears on your mailing label.
If you are new to the award winning Brunswick Beacon and wish to get a subscription or simply gain access to our online content then please enter your ZIP code below and continue to setup your account.