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Fruit growers in seven Eastern states have a new weapon for fighting the brown marmorated stink bug. The Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday it has granted an emergency exemption allowing orchards in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North...
The pesky stink bugs that have caused us grief the last several years are back in record numbers and causing more trouble than ever. They're on our tomatoes, peppers, corn and peaches. They are wiggling their antennae at us from window screens and...
Q. Leaves on our magnolia tree have dark spots and they are turning yellow. What is the problem? A. Luckily, there is no problem this time. The email picture forwarded showed normal leaf spots forming as the magnolia leaves begin to yellow and drop...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Fertilizer
Q: What is the best way to deal with lawn grubs? They are getting worse every year, along with the crows and skunks that are tearing up the sod to eat them. A: Skunks and birds feeding in your lawn are certainly a good indicator that you have a grub...
Tags: Chemical Industry
Some of a gardener's best friends are bugs. Yes, bugs. Many of the insects and other creepy-crawlies in our flower beds and vegetable patches and on trees are doing good work. Most are harmless, though there are a few that might do our plants...
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...
Contributing WriterWarmer weather brings more pest problems. Horn flies and face flies are key pests of cattle in Kentucky. Both species breed in fresh pasture manure piles but present very different threats and management problems. Fortunately, there are a variety of fly...
The Hartford CourantNow that spring has finally arrived, the scented geraniums are budding and the columbines are about to bloom in the greenhouses at Revay's Garden Center and Gift Shop in East Windsor. Planted in January for marketing in April, a key element in their...
Contributing Writer“Spring has sprung, the grass has riz…” or so goes the ditty. However, in my case, there is very little grass due to the weather conditions last summer, but there are lots of weeds. I wonder if other pet owners are faced with the...
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: HGTV (tv network), Book, Chemical Industry
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