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We have a large, 25 + yr. old Cypress on the North side of our property and it appears to be, overal, turning brown.
There is a large moldy patch...
Please explain brown rot - is it systemic?
Has anyone come across ornamental cherries in the North Vancouver area where a portion of the leaves look dead and they are accompanied by new...
Okay...here are a few pics - hope they are clear enough
No deer in the City of Vancouver
Lots of squirrels, raccoons and skunks though.
The bark is being peeled off by something - Any ideas?
We live in North Vancouver, BC
How to protect damaged significant-sized...
RE: Irrigation scheduling vs. water requirements
How does an error on the high side of watering affect soil fertility management and my IPM...
How much Ammonium Sulphate (21-0-0) is required to apply 3 pounds of Nitrogen to 2392 square yards?
First Number is "N" = nitrogen (For the leaves)
Second Number is "P" = Phosphorus (For the Roots)
Third Number is "K" = Potassium (For the stem...
Where does the calculation for the 2000 square metres come in?
Gracias from one beautiful country to another!
I do not believe you have scale, but most definitely spider mites.
Do not let this plant dry out - they are prone to spider mite infestations....
Cercidiphyllum japonicum - some people say it smells like burnt sugar, or butterscotch. People stop to take pictures of ours this time of the...
It does not matter - the seeds from the larger flower head will probably be fully developed and grant you more success.
How much Ammonium Sulphate (21-0-0) is required to apply 3 pounds of Nitrogen to 2000 square metres?
Thank you for your input - are you bleeding internally? LOL!
Why else would you eat it?
1.) It is one of the ingredients in this fertilizer.
2.) The ratio in this particular fertilizer is not harmful to your lemon trees.
Looks like a weevil
Hydrangeas are deciduous = they lose their leaves in the fall
Because potted plants are prone to severe frost mainly because they are not...
We are zone 7 and are able to enjoy these planted in our garden.
They are a perennial, but depending if they are originally grown for...
Lots of flowers this summer, but not many fruits
We were very warm/dry this summer (Higher temps. than usual) and then we got very cold over night.