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HORTISCOPE I have been reading your columns and enjoy them very much. I am wondering if you can help me with a problem that I have been having with my tomato plants for the past four years. I buy them through a reputable garden center in Minot, so I...
The Hartford CourantA lawn looks so simple; grass growing in soil. Oh, that it were that easy. Lawns can get diseases, become weed-choked, turn brown and die. They suffer from neglect; they suffer from too much love. Maintaining a lawn may not require a crash course in...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Trees damaged by severe rain, snow or ice can be a total loss or even become hazardous, which is why the Oregon Department of Forestry wants homeowners to know how to properly care for trees after the recent snowstorm that swept...
ST. PAUL, Minn. -Paging through plant catalogs in search of exciting new cultivars is a time-honored tradition during Minnesota's long winter. But Kathy Zuzek, a University of Minnesota Extension horticultural educator, advises: “Before investing, find...
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The Webelos Scouts of Costa Mesa Cub Scout Pack 108 on Wednesday gave a special gift to Willard T. Jordan Park, where they meet three times a month. With the help of city staff, they planted a tree as the final requirement to earn their World...
I have several questions about gardening. I have a plum tree with many blooms but very few plums. Why would this happen? Those that grow mostly are small and turn red and blue. There is a brown film or coating around the pit in midsummer. Why would this...
The Wichita Park and Recreation Department will host the 57th Annual Arbor Day Celebration from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, April 27 at Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E. 29th St. North. This celebration highlights the value trees provide to residents...
Problem: I have noticed that my yoshino cherry is having issues. Some of the smaller limbs are not fully leaved and what is there seems stunted. The trunk and larger limbs look like something has bored holes circling around and up the tree. There...
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KTLA NewsCOSTA MESA, Calif. (KTLA) -- The parents of a woman crushed by a fallen eucalyptus tree last year has filed wrongful-death claims against the city of Newport Beach. Haeyoon Miller's mother and father filed separate claims within the last two weeks....
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If Baltimore MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blakewants to attract 10,000 new families to the city over the next decade, she could do a lot worse than to plant more trees. Trees make a city more beautiful, and Baltimore is blessed with an abundance of them. But...
I am appalled to learn that Maryland has forced the elimination of phosphorus from liquid injector tree fertilizer. It is the phosphorus that is most important to root development. A mature tree will certainly use all the phosphorus injected into the...
Researchers from the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station returned from studying invasive woodland plant species one day to find themselves mysteriously crawling with ticks. "I've been working in these forests for 30 years, and I'd never been...
Tags: Invasive Species, Scott Williams, Lyme, Lyme Disease, Forests
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