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Hi Kim.



I am having a problem with a Live Oak Tree (This tree is very big. est to years old). Very large chunks of bark are falling off the Tree. It has almost ringed the tree truck about 12 feet off the ground.



Oak trees are bound to lose at least some of their foliage, especially when the cool fall and winter weather arrives.



But the leaves are still green, and the crown is full. This tree is so old and big, I would hate to lose it.If there are cracks under the bark on the Southern or Southwestern side of the tree, there is a some probability that the damage was caused by a rapid change in temperature (frost cracks).

When the living tissue just beneath the bark is injured and dies it may become incapable of holding the bark in place. This does not mean that the tree will die.Bark falls off after excessive heat, which, like frost damage, strips bark down to the wood. Bark falls off an unhealthy tree, which means you’d see other signs of stress such as cankers, sap, or dead leaves and twigs.





If bark is falling off my tree, is it dying? Sadly, there’s no easy yes or no to this question. But, if the tree appears overall healthy, there’s a good chance it’s just peeling for growth.

 The first is that the trees have simply had two drought-free years of growth and the trunks are expanding more rapidly than the bark can accommodate.



I don't recommend removing the bark.



Another possibility is that the trees have smooth patch disease. This fungus decomposes the outer bark of trees, particularly white oak, and causes it to slough off. After a storm you might see several large pieces of bark at the base of the tree. Neither condition hurts the tree.Splitting Bark on Live Oak Tree # Asked May 09,PM EDT. We have a beautiful live oak tree that was planted in our yard two and a half years ago (month of October).

It was well cared for and planted by hand carefully by workers from Treeland Nursery in Gunter, Texas. No damage occurred.





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