Guys thanks for reactions,finnaly i found the problem..i am shure it's a Gall Wasp..Yes it took me a while to find it on google but it seems that's the reason of those spots that are in fact an eggs of the wasp...In 2000 they got here and now some israeli forest activists braught their natural enemy(other wasp) from Australia but my tree is already affected so i think those red leaves will fall down..I will make a good photo and upload into here..Sorry about my english... Lucaci, your English is fine, don't worry. (6 Posts) Add message | Report. Your photos that way have to be under 61k though. Foliage colour is deep red maturing to purple to grey tones. If it is the older, larger leaves that are turning pink or red … I usually use a machine for steaming, but if you don’t have one at home, simply boil water in a wide pan and use. First things first: If you have a lot of eucalyptus leaves, you can dry them in a dehydrator and store them for later use. all trees, including evergreens, shed their old leaves, and in Eucalyptus they very often turn various shades of red before falling off the tree - they do this for the same reason that trees turn to shades of yellow and red in autumn, the plants withdraw the useful (green) chlorophyll from the leaves leaving the underlying leaf colour behind. Ok,now part 2! I suggest if you google both of those coupled with the word "eucalyptus" there seem to be plenty of articles, and some google photos also. The roots extract the precious metal from the soil, but because it‘s toxic for the tree, it tries to get rid of it via the leaves. I am writing from the UK and my tradescantia leaves are turning brown and crispy. Leaves turning red on eucalyptus and dropping off! Excellent firewood. The daily recommended dosage of the oil is 0.05ml … Get it as soon as Fri, Oct 2. Flowering Red Gum, sickly with yellowing leaves, Blackboy - Grass Tree propagation from seed, Blending Imagination, Artistry & Elegant Interior Design. OP’s posts: See next | See all Add message | Report | See all. By no means an expert but ours has always done this, so I assumed it was just what it does. maybe it's everyone? Yet, the tree itself, does not look well.I am thinking the blotching of the leaves reflects some general unwellness of the plant, and not a pest or disease.Please, I am no expert in this field, just my opinion.I notice two things immediately from your video and that is- your trees are planted in an area very heavy with other vegetation, and I wonder if firstly the competition of roots from grasses or other close shrubs, is affecting the trees' growth and causing a stress which is reflected in the slow growth and leaf markings (and I wonder if the markings are just a prelude to the death of those leaves_Secondly I notice your lovely dogs, but I wonder if on your walks, your dogs may urinate on or immediately near the tree, in which case there may be an adverse reaction to the concentrated nitrogen.Finally I am sorry again not knowing your area, there may be factors of soil, rainfall, weather, any of which might contribute to ill-health of a young plant which is grown in a "new home".The type and depth of soil, watering, coldness or heat, fertilizing or otherwise might all be factors.I hope your trees survive - do you know their species?RegardsAlison. It looks like whole branches are dying. tam.may Posts: 2. It was brought to a low simmer (approximately 190 degrees F). The list goes on.In fact, if you were to look at a tree here, it would be rare to find one leaf that did not have a mark of some kind.But, Australia has its own pests and diseases and climate, and I am sorry I don't know very much about those of Israel, or your soils or other factors.To say "red spots" here, would suggest either an insect like a psyllid or similar - a sort of bump or indentation on the leaf, which is either the insect or the leaf's reaction to the attack.I do not think this is your problem.Also I am not aware of your area having the sort of fungal problems that have become known in Australia.Your video gives a good idea of the area, but it is not terribly clear on the leaf problem. With eucalyptus trees are prone to the United States around 1860, the problem particularly. 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