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The indigenous range of the sweet cherry extends through most of Europe, western Asia, and parts of northern Africa, and the fruit has been consumed throughout its range since prehistoric times. A cultivated cherry is recorded as having been brought to Rome by Lucius Licinius Lucullus from northeastern Anatolia, also known as the Pontus region, in 72 BC.Cherries were introduced into England at Teynham, near Sittingbourne in Kent, by order of Henry VIII, who had tasted them in Flanders.Cherries…See More
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Leafminers are the larvae of various insects including beetles, flies and moths. Larvae are usually very small, reaching between 1/5" and 1/8" in length. The leafminer larvae live inside of the leaves of plants and trees, feeding on the soft, inner plant tissue found between the upper and lower sides of the leaf.…See More
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What Plant AM I?

Posted on June 10, 2017 at 6:33am 0 Comments

What Plant AM I?

My nick name is Big Tree.

I am part three species of coniferous classified in the family of plants called Cupressaceae.

My family has three unique and well-adapted species.

My common name of me only naturally occurs in groves on the western slope of a Mt. range.

I am the largest living thing by volume.

My Lower branches die fairly readily from shading, but trees less than 100 years old retain most of their dead branches. My tree trunks…

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Enough is Enough

Posted on May 13, 2017 at 8:06am 0 Comments

Enough is Enough

Please be aware that most broadleaf weed killers or post emergent herbicides can cause sub-lethal injuries and lethal death to valuable trees and plants. Herbicides whole intended purpose is to kill plants. If not delivered and applied correctly can and in most caused severe injuries that if not initially killed will likely placed into a stressful condition that will lead to death.  

First and foremost READ the LABEL and understand the precautionary statements.…

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Ohio Chapter Scholarship

Posted on April 29, 2017 at 8:06am 0 Comments

The purpose of the Ohio Chapter ISA Scholarship Program is to promote professional arboriculture within the state of Ohio. The goal is to assist individuals with the financial responsibility of professional arboricultural development through higher education in the field or via the International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist program

You can get the application at the Ohio Chapter ISA Website and tap the scholarship tab…

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Don’t be negligent, care for your trees

Posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:55pm 0 Comments

If you own a home on a lot with mature trees, like many of us do, you should take time to look at your trees and determine whether or not they can be a threat to you or others. To limit your liability, you need to be sure that your trees are healthy and structurally sound, and you must, under the law, manage them so they will not cause damage to the public.

What we are talking about is the concept of “negligence,” defined as “The failure to do what a reasonable person should do to…

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At 9:41am on April 29, 2017, Terry Biers said…

Thank you, Mark. Dark day outside, but I moved my container plants out in the open so they would get watered!!! Everything looks so lush and beautiful; a great day nevertheless. I've actually never looked at the blog...only at the notices sent to my email. This is interesting!

At 7:37am on October 22, 2016, Juli said…
I cannot find your recent podcasts on TuneIn anymore. Is there another location I need to use to access them?
At 8:59am on December 5, 2015, Patrick Middleton said…

I will do that later. Currently at work.

At 2:52pm on November 11, 2015, Betty Kangas said…

Thanks very much Mark!

At 11:50am on October 5, 2015, Carolyn Yankel said…

Thanks, Mark. Have a 20-year-old 10' Norfolk Pine that came inside each winter. Planted it in August and it's thriving. After hearing you say on Saturday's program that the winter winds are most harmful, am trying to build a green house around the pine, using the poly spun material and PVC.

At 9:00am on May 30, 2015, Kent Reeves said…
Thank you. :)
At 8:55am on May 30, 2015, Phillip Mathes said…

Thanks You, Mark.

At 9:39am on May 23, 2015, Nick Pierron said…

Hi, Mark, here is a picture of my sugar maple. Let me know what you think. Thanks...I really enjoy your show. DSC04066.JPG Thanks again!!!

At 1:13pm on April 25, 2015, Richard Fugate said…

Hi Mark, On your removing old mulch topic. If the old mulch is lets say thick chunky dyed wood pallet material 2" to 3" deep I don't think it would be good to cover with good pine bark mulch. That will rob the soil of nitrogen just to break down that junk mulch material so in this instance wouldn't it be better to remove old.

At 12:22pm on April 1, 2015, Laurel Benner said…

Hi Mark! Your page is really different....very classy;) thank you for having a website and the time and effort you put into encouraging us to get out there and do something with our...gardens!!! I started listening to you about 3 1/2 years ago....the radio was on another program at night when i woke up and heard you, you cracked me up I almost fell out of bed several times listening to you and your guests and callers:) lol! I have learned a lot and am very glad to be a listener. I wanted to record some of them but thought I would ask, is it recorded somewhere? do you have an archive? it would be fun to hear what you talked about over the past:) I am also a history nut aside from loving butterflies and gardening. Again, thank you:)

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