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Lehigh Valley Master GardenersMaster Gardener Barb sent a good article about a new pest: Last summer for the first time I noticed leafminer tunnels in the leaves of some of my daylily cultivars. I was familiar with the unsightly mines left by insects......
Q: We have a beautiful, full ash tree on the berm in back of our house, which at this point is free from the emerald ash borer. Last summer it was fully leafed out, and we have checked the bark for tell-tale signs of the borer such as small D-shaped...
Book takes on kitchens, baths Mike Holmes' new book helps homeowners remodel their kitchens and bathrooms from the inside out. Holmes, the builder known for righting construction wrongs on his HGTV shows Holmes on Homes and Holmes Inspection, brings...
Tags: Book, HGTV (tv network), Chemical Industry
People with old boxwoods are being warned not to plant new boxwoods nearby, but what about those of us with no boxwoods who want some? They're so deer-resistant. The new and highly contagious boxwood blight disease has made it unwise, for the present,...
Tags: Cabbage, Chemical Industry
The pine engraver beetle (PEB) unlike the mountain pine beetle (MPB) is not confined to the Black Hills in South Dakota but is a threat to the pine trees throughout western part of the state. It is a native bug that normally attacks dying, dead,...
Were you one of many people who had birds, in particular crows tearing up your lawn last fall? Then you may have a grub problem. Instead of cursing the birds, thank them for eating all the grubs and alerting you to the problem. If you have an irrigated...
Tags: Chemical Industry
Now that an inventory and study of parkway trees in Burr Ridge is complete, trustees will decide on implementing an emerald ash management plan and other methods to maintain healthy trees in the village. The Village Board approved a project with Natural...
The jury is still out as to whether the extreme drought conditions that continue to grip more than half of the country are the result of global climate change, but the majority of scientists do believe that a major shift in weather around the world is...
Soil samples in North Dakota indicate low levels of overwintering wheat midge larvae (cocoons) for the 2013 season, according to Janet Knodel, North Dakota State University Extension Service entomologist. “With the majority of soil samples statewide...
As I start to do Pesticide Applicator Training Classes it also is a good time to review pesticide safety around the farm and home. Just about every summer I hear of someone that has been exposed to a pesticide accident or killed by one. When I think...
Tags: Chemical Industry
LAWRENCE, Kansas - A person applying a pesticide to their land was recently fined for spray drift that damaged desirable shrubs and garden crops on a neighboring property. In two other recent cases, individuals were fined for improper pesticide storage...
Every year, the fate of the entomological world is discussed by 2,000-3,000 entomologists at the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America (this year held in Knoxville, TN). Often, a hot topic is clearly identifiable from this meeting. This...
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