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Mark Niezgodski posted a status
"With all the rain we have had this Summer, have the grubs been drowned out and there is no need to apply grub killer?"
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Michelle posted a status
"Seemingly overnight my dwarf weeping cherry went from green and well to brown and wilted. Literally walk by/look at this tree daily"
Wednesday
Cliff Cerbus posted a blog post

Yearly Sick and Slowly Dying Catalpa Tree

I have 5 catalpa trees around my house, 4 of which are about 20 yrs old. The other is older. I have a problem with only one of these trees. Every spring its leaves come out reasonably well, but mid summer about half of the leaves just die off. Then the next year part of the limbs are dead. The tree seems to be dying a bit more each year. I don't see any thing on the leaves like the catalpa worms or pests. What is going on?See More
Wednesday
Don Webb posted a status
"HELP! Our beautiful lilac tree, now nearly 20 years old looks like it's dying! The leaves are turning brown. What do we do now?"
Monday
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Jul 25
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Jul 25
Mark Webber replied to alaine dunn's discussion swamp white oak
"Hi do you have pictures you can share??"
Jul 25
Mark Webber left a comment for Jim Gullett
Jul 25
Fred Labs left a comment for Jim Gullett
"Welcome Jim! Be sure to join us in the chat room during the radio show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am on WHIO 1290AM 95.7FM). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at the…"
Jul 25
Mark Webber left a comment for Michelle
"Hi and welcome to the garden talk blog! Please share more about your cherry including what happened and a few pictures if you can!"
Jul 25
Fred Labs left a comment for J Mitchell
"Welcome J Mitchell! Be sure to join us in the chat room during the radio show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am on WHIO 1290AM 95.7FM). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at…"
Jul 25
Fred Labs left a comment for Michelle
"Welcome Michelle! Be sure to join us in the chat room during the radio show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am on WHIO 1290AM 95.7FM). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at the…"
Jul 25
Fred Labs commented on Mark Webber's blog post Compass Plant (Silphium laciniatum L.)
"Links for "For More Information" above: USDA NRCS: http://plants.usda.gov/factsheet/pdf/fs_sila3.pdf Illinois Wild Flowers: http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/prairie/plantx/compassx.htm"
Jul 25
Mark Webber replied to J Mitchell's discussion Looks like corn but not? Newly sodded yard with plant/weed I can't identify
"Great post and question. What you have is a weed called Johnson Grass.ohnsongrass (Sorghum halapense) is an extremely competitive perennial grass that commonly reaches heights of 7 to 9 feet (2 to 3 m) and forms thick, dense patches. Johnsongrass…"
Jul 25
J Mitchell posted a discussion

Looks like corn but not? Newly sodded yard with plant/weed I can't identify

Had a house built last fall. It was sodded this spring. Everything looks great except near the boundary of the common area of the neighborhood I've got these all down one side of the property line. Weed 'n feed doesn't do the trick. Any help on what this is, and how I can eradicate it without killing all the new grass? Any suggestions much appreciatedSee More
Jul 25
Fred Labs posted an event

MGV Tree Tour & Talks at West Charleston Church of the Brethren

August 25, 2015 from 8:30am to 4pm
Join us for an opportunity to see an amazing collection of rare and unusual trees on this tour of a private property, "Barboretum". Afterward, enjoy lunch and the presentations of our three renowned speakers (see website above). Everyone is welcome and Master Gardeners receive 5 CEUs.$60 per person (includes lunch, talks, handouts, and tour)Deadline to register is August 1, 2015.Sponsored in part by A.M. Leonard, Inc.Informational Flyer:MGV%20Tree%20Tour%20%26%20Talks.pdfDayton Daily News article:http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/news/local/barboretum-to-highlight-joys-of-trees-conifers/nmz9G/See More
Jul 25
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Garden Talk with Mark Webber for July 25,2015 at AM 1290, News 95.7FM, iHeart radio Network and the Garden Talk Blog.com

July 25, 2015 from 6am to 9am
Its near to the end of July and summer is half way over. Does your lawn look yellow? or Does the prized River Birch you have in your garden is bright yellow? Maybe the tomatoes you planted have hardly any fruit and the foliage is blighted and near death? Or you've got your own challenges...call your garden guru Mark Webber at 937.457.1290See More
Jul 25
Richmond Pearson posted a blog post

TOO EARLY TO BE BROWN

Remember early June, driving along highways and country roads and seeing the groves of trees with the masses of white flowers? And the fragrance!!! Wow!!! That is a tree native to eastern and central North America known as Robinia pseudoacia, Black Locust. It is a tough tree that tolerates a variety of soil types and conditions and often forms groves of medium height, light shade producing trees. So why are so many of them brown right now?There are many possible suspects to consider. Certainly the first to consider is herbicide damage from careless overspray drift. This is a likely candidate, especially along highways and other roads. However, take a closer look and notice this condition is only affecting the Black Locusts and not other species nearby. Another likely possibility is one or more fungal, root attacking diseases that naturally occur in our soils around here and are denizens or poorly drained areas. Black Locust is tolerant of a broad range of growing conditions except wet…See More
Jul 25
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Garden Talk with Mark Webber for July 25,2015 at AM 1290, News 95.7FM, iHeart radio Network and the Garden Talk Blog.com

July 25, 2015 from 6am to 9am
Its near to the end of July and summer is half way over. Does your lawn look yellow? or Does the prized River Birch you have in your garden is bright yellow? Maybe the tomatoes you planted have hardly any fruit and the foliage is blighted and near death? Or you've got your own challenges...call your garden guru Mark Webber at 937.457.1290See More
Jul 25

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What group is my clematis?

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 8:57am 0 Comments

Yellowneck Caterpillars

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 6:30am 0 Comments

Blister Beetles on Tomatoes

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 6:05am 0 Comments

Coneflower Calamities

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 6:04am 0 Comments

TOO EARLY TO BE BROWN

Posted by Richmond Pearson on July 25, 2015 at 6:03am 0 Comments

Weed - Kudzu (Pueraria lobata)

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 6:01am 0 Comments

Aster Yellows on Coneflower

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 5:57am 0 Comments

Black Rot Control in Grapes

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 5:55am 0 Comments

Be Alert for Boxwood Blight

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 5:54am 0 Comments

How Trees Calm Us Down

Posted by Mark Webber on July 25, 2015 at 5:39am 0 Comments

WITHER THE WEATHER

Posted by Richmond Pearson on July 18, 2015 at 6:06am 0 Comments

White Grub Prediction

Posted by Mark Webber on July 18, 2015 at 5:55am 0 Comments

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swamp white oak

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Plant Identification

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Whats your Dads Favorite Tree?

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Rope around tree trunk?

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Need help...maple tree

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swamp white oak

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Spots on herbs ahhhhh!!!!

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spots on pepper plants

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My poor Mimosa tree

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Ptelea trifoliata L. Wafer ash

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Problems with trees...

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