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Mid April is here. Spring is unfolding all around us. And, not uncommon for early spring, major fluctuations in temperature and weather are common. In southwest part of Ohio, Miami Valley area, we have experienced several days of above average daytime temperatures, a period of nighttime temperatures in the mid 20 degrees, some high wind events, and now, several days of pleasant weather and no rain. At this time of the growing season when buds are breaking and young flowers and leaves are expanding, watch closely for effects of these extremes.Check soil moisture levels regularly and deeply water trees and shrubs that were planted within the last 3 years. Their root systems are not yet fully and deeply established and this is a critical time of the growing season. Emerging flowers and foliage are quite tender at this stage. Check trees and shrubs carefully for damage from wind. Windblown branches and debris can easily break off soft new growth. Also, new growth and an active cambium…See More
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What Plant AM I? for April April 23,2016

What Plant AM I?I am a native throughout Europe and northern Asia, and widely introduced elsewhere.I have a number of other first names have been used in the past, or in other areas including: Canada,Canadian, lettuce from hell, California, corn, cursed,field, green, hard, perennial, prickly, small-flowered and way.I am a herbaceous perennial plant growing approximately 1-2 feet tall forming extensive clonal colonies from rhizomes that send up numerous erect stems each spring with pink to purple colored flowers.My seeds are an important food for goldfinch and linnet, and to a lesser extent for other finches.My species is widely considered a weed even where it is native, for example I am designated an "injurious weed" in the United Kingdom.I am a serious invasive species in many additional regions where it has been introduced, usually accidentally as a contaminant in cereal crop seeds. I am a noxious weed in several countries; for example Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, New…See More
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What Plant AM I? for April April 23,2016

What Plant AM I?I am a native throughout Europe and northern Asia, and widely introduced elsewhere.I have a number of other first names have been used in the past, or in other areas including: Canada,Canadian, lettuce from hell, California, corn, cursed,field, green, hard, perennial, prickly, small-flowered and way.I am a herbaceous perennial plant growing approximately 1-2 feet tall forming extensive clonal colonies from rhizomes that send up numerous erect stems each spring with pink to purple colored flowers.My seeds are an important food for goldfinch and linnet, and to a lesser extent for other finches.My species is widely considered a weed even where it is native, for example I am designated an "injurious weed" in the United Kingdom.I am a serious invasive species in many additional regions where it has been introduced, usually accidentally as a contaminant in cereal crop seeds. I am a noxious weed in several countries; for example Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, New…See More
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