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JoAnne Earley posted a status
"Thank you very much, Mark. I suspected fertility might be a problem."
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"What am I looking at here, this photo is way out of focus sorry."
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"This is a fungus, Guignardia aesculi (sexual stage), initiates leaf infections in early spring, while Phyllosticta sphaeropsoidea (asexual stage) perpetuates infections during the remainder of the summer.  Infections…"
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"2-4D will suppress clover, the real issue you have is lack of soil proper soil fertility.  Clover works it way into lawns that are not being fertilize properly.   In regards to bees, read the label and it will provide a precautionary…"
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"Will 2-4 D kill clover and will it be harmful to my neighbors' honey bees? He has fruit trees and depends on the bees."
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Matt Teeters replied to Mark Webber's discussion Do you think plant/garden centers should sell Purple Lossestrife (Lythrum salicaria) ?
"they are an annual sometimes biennial. they are native thus not technically "invasive" but in your localized case of your garden they are. keep clipping off the flowers so they don't seed and you should be fine after a few…"
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Matt Teeters replied to Mark Webber's discussion Do you think plant/garden centers should sell Purple Lossestrife (Lythrum salicaria) ?
"are they native or non native north America? that should be there real question here. every garden center should be selling native plants of the respective bioregion. Not from Asia or Europe, etc."
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Donna Hellmann posted a status
"Not very good at this. I posted a few photos of a Sweet Gum tree at our daughter's house in Pittsburgh. What is wrong with the tree?"
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Dianne replied to Mark Webber's discussion How has your Garden and landscape has grown in 2014 season?
"It has been nice not to have to water as much as last year, but I agree with Robert - it seems we are about a month behind in growth."
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Holly posted a status
"Some advice please! Just noticed this yesterday! The bush is just about 2 years old"
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Jane Staley replied to Mark Webber's discussion Do you think plant/garden centers should sell Purple Lossestrife (Lythrum salicaria) ?
"ABSOLUTELY NOT! It's the poison apple of landscaping - lovely and enticing, but horrid as it destroys natives. I see more and more Purple loosestrife in area gardens and along moist roadsides.  North Dakota banned it years ago. Ohio should…"
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Robert Graham replied to Mark Webber's discussion How has your Garden and landscape has grown in 2014 season?
"Some fungal issues and things just not growing as quickly as they should."
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Wild Bergamot? ID please?

"It looks to me like the plant we used to call Self-Heal - a member of the Prunella family, but I could be wrong.  I'm definitely not a plant expert!"
Saturday
John Crouch replied to Mark Webber's discussion What favorite 'Peppers' to raise and eat?
"I raise hot banana or Hungarian wax peppers, and sweet bananas for canning in water, vinegar, sweet 'n low, salt and garlic powder. Most of it goes to friends who really look forward to getting a jar or 2. I also raise "Cherry Bomb"…"
Saturday
John Crouch replied to Mark Webber's discussion Do you think plant/garden centers should sell Purple Lossestrife (Lythrum salicaria) ?
"Mark, you make lots of sense. I love purple flowers, but this obviously sounds like one to avoid/ be restricted."
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LAWN RENOVATION

Posted by SHAWN EARDLY on July 19, 2014 at 8:05am 0 Comments

Mission Impossible Squirrel

Posted by Mark Webber on July 19, 2014 at 5:36am 0 Comments

Got Loosestrife?

Posted by Richmond Pearson on July 19, 2014 at 5:34am 0 Comments

Daylily (Hemerocallis spp.)

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Nutsedge Flourishes

Posted by Mark Webber on July 19, 2014 at 5:23am 1 Comment

Something is Eating My Tree?

Posted by Mark Webber on July 19, 2014 at 5:21am 0 Comments

One determined squirrel

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Plant Patents

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Urban Forest in poor condition

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Weeding Lawn-What should I do?

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Red Thread Redux

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Chlorotic Canada Thistle

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What favorite 'Peppers' to raise and eat?

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LAWN RENOVATION

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What would YOU do?

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