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    Rose Care

    By | 397 Words | Posted 4/28/2021 | Comments
    Rose care from planting to weeding

    Colorado Potato Beetle

    By ferti-lome ® | 428 Words | Posted 9/4/2020 | Comments
    Adult beetles overwinter in potato fields, field margins, windbreaks and gardens. They become active about the same time the potatoes emerge in the spring. They mate and the female lays eggs in clusters of 10 to 30 on the under side of the leaf

    Poison Ivy, Poison Oak & Poison Sumac

    By ferti-lome ® | 413 Words | Posted 9/4/2020 | Comments
    Every region in the United States has the potential to have at least two of these woody poisonous plants.

    Aphids

    By ferti-lome ® | 394 Words | Posted 6/9/2020 | Comments
    Aphids are small pear-shaped insects that can be found in many colors

    Crape Myrtle Bark Scale

    By ferti-lome ® | 404 Words | Posted 5/27/2020 | Comments
    Crape Myrtle Bark Scale is a recent invasive insect from Asia. In its native area it can infest a number of other plants, but right now it is mostly focused on crape myrtles.

    Cicada Killer Wasp

    By ferti-lome ® | 458 Words | Posted 5/13/2020 | Comments
    Cicada Killer Wasp is one of the largest wasps found in North America. It has recently been mistaken for the "Murder Hornet" that has been spotted for the first time in  the US.

    Black Spot on Roses

    By ferti-lome ® | 457 Words | Posted 5/5/2020 | Comments
    There are three common fungus problems that affect roses: Black Spot, Powdery Mildew and Cercospora Leaf Spot.

    Landscape Weeds

    By ferti-lome ® | 329 Words | Posted 4/29/2020 | Comments
    The landscape bed offers some challenges with weed control because there is a fine line between a weed and a desirable plant

    Ground Ivy

    By ferti-lome ® | 425 Words | Posted 4/29/2020 | Comments
    Ground Ivy, most commonly called Creeping Charlie is one of the most difficult weeds to control.

    Wild Garlic/ Wild Onions

    By | 372 Words | Posted 4/27/2020 | Comments
    Wild garlic and wild onion are cool-season perennial broadleaf weeds. Both have slender, smooth leaves that produce a strong odor. Wild garlic has hollow stems, while wild onions are not hollow and tend to be more flat.







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