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Why is the Oak Tree Bark Falling Off My Tree?

Oak trees are evergreen acorn-bearing or deciduous trees known for their usual impressive sizes. While some bark might split at the base of the trunk during the tree’s exfoliation process, oak tree bark that is coming off the trunk is typically the result of pest infestation or disease. Slime flux, also called bacterial wetwood, is a bacterial infection …

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