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how would you suggest that I plant milkweed seeds and where is a good spot?

how would you suggest that I plant milkweed seeds and where is a good spot?

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Allegan County Michigan milkweed flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials over 4 years ago

Texas longhorns per acre Travis County blackland

Recommended longhorns per acre of pasture in Travis County blackland area (northeast Travis County)? Need to know for pasture lease agreement.

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Travis County Texas beef cattle over 4 years ago

Green glowing trees

My trees all are glowing with green lights. Why?

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Broward County Florida over 4 years ago

Rats in South Carolina

I live outside of Charleston SC on the coast and have just had damage to my car totaling $4000.00, caused by rats. Picture included of rat in my engine.( three were in the engine when I started the car,causing extensive damage.)
My car is parked in a car port.We did trap two in my attic last summer, but no evidence of any more after repairs were made around chimney. I believe they are Marsh Rats. I am trying to find some effective means of prevention,as all the popular methods do not work or are dangerous to other animals( moth balls, peppermint, ultrasonic equipment. Can you offer any suggestions?

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Charleston County South Carolina rodents urban integrated pest management over 4 years ago

Is it normal to be losing this much hair at once?

For starters, I am bulimic and every time I take a shower ( which I like everyday almost) I lose this much hair and I lose more and more every time. The big strand of like 10 in 1 all came out at the same time and turns into like double then tripple, ect. The past two mornings I have woken up so dehydrated I almost past out from coughing so much I couldn't breathe. I know I'm leaking something but I don't know what and my skin has been pale and not my normal tan lately. Can you help me and explain to me what's going on? Thank you! I'm scared to death right now.

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Randolph County Arkansas human nutrition human health eating disorder over 4 years ago

nematodes on pecan weevil control

Is there any aggie research on the use and effectivness of beneficial nematodes on the pecan weevil

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Hunt County Texas integrated pest management over 4 years ago

Old pressure treated lumber

We purchased a home in oregon this year. There are some raised beds in our yard that need to be removed, and we will end up with a lot of pressure treated lumber, and we are not sure how old it is, could be as old as late 90's, early 2000's. Is there any way to safely use it to build new planting beds for vegetables? We can reuse it for a retaining wall we are building, we want to reuse it in some way.

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San Juan County Washington over 4 years ago

Weeds in my yard

Can you tell me what kind of weed that had spread in my yard this fall? It has little pale purple flowers with yellow centers and the stems are stiff. Now it looks like the flowers have died and there are little blooms in their place. They have spread to a large area of the yard and I need to know how to get rid of them before they take over the entire back yard. I live in College Station. Thank you for any information you can provide.

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Brazos County Texas lawns and turf weed issues horticulture over 4 years ago

Maple tree main stem damage - Should I take the tree down?

A wind storm ripped a major branch off the main stem, causing a huge wound to the main stem. I'm worried the opening will allow water to pool, allow rot and disease to get into the tree. I'm also concerned the integrity of the main stem at that point is now compromised and the rest of the top might break off in the future, particularly if the tree is allowed to continued to grow larger. Should I cut my losses now and remove the entire tree?

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Broomfield County Colorado trees and shrubs over 4 years ago

Which types of cucumber, pumpkin and zucchini are recommended as resistant to...

Which types of cucumber, pumpkin and zucchini are recommended as resistant to powdery mildew? I live in Silver Spring and had powdery mildew issues last summer on these three types of plants. I was using square foot gardening methods.

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Montgomery County Maryland vegetables cucumber zucchini pumpkin powdery mildew resistant over 4 years ago

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