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The hot, relatively dry weather that we are currently experiencing often encourages population buildups of spider mites. Damage caused by spider mites is called stippling, see photo below, and occurs on the upper surfaces of leaves. Associated with this stippling will be very fine webbing on the underside of the leaf. Vegetable plants affected by…
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Growing vegetables is easy in large or small spaces. Sustainable gardening and how it benefits both families and wildlife.
Blackspot of roses is a fungus disease that can cause leaves to yellow and eventually defoliate. The first signs of blackspot, usually on lower leaves working its way up the plant, are leaves with dark, roughly circular spots with uneven edges. The most severe cases of blackspot occur when the relative humidity is above 85%…
Poison ivy (formerly Rhus radicans now Toxicodendron radicans) Can you identify poison ivy if you should come across this plant while weeding in your garden or out hiking? This is a vital skill if you wish to avoid the rash and irritation that results from coming in contact with it. The old adage: “Leaves of…