I have done my total pruning of the old canes last fall after fruiting, but then the new canes grew out almost 20 feet with many many side sprouts, some up to 6 feet long. Should I leave it all on, or cut off the side sprouts? I can also cut out some of the entire new canes... there is just too much in the space I have. What would be better, take out some entire canes, or remove the side sprouts?
OUTSIDEUS marionberries 3 days ago
Small bees were in my attic during 2016 - creating fine sawdust. They died when weather got cold. I'm afraid a new generation will hatch or invade when weather warms up. What kind of bees are they and how do I get rid of them? Attached Image shows size, color. It's unclear because I don't now how to remove sawdust without destroying carcass.
We watched our peonies wildly grow large but drop /droop to the ground. The neighborhood support hoops are not enough support and need something more substantial or made of steel. Please advise source to obtain locally. Thank you. Spring is here again and there is an urgency.
Our newly planted (six months ago) crepe myrtle tree has a green powdery substance on its branches. Most of the green powder is on the bottom 1 to 2 feet of the tree. What could this substance be and what can we do about it? It looks like it could be an algae of some type (it does not look like moss).
When is a good time to rototill and plant grass seed in my back yard in Culver, Oregon? Do I have to wait until there is no chance of freezing temperatures? Is there a recommended grass seed that grows best here?
With the soil test kit, you say you return suggestions for fertilizers -- I want to go organic -- will you give me suggestions for that
Wayne County MI 3 days ago
Our community is proposing replacing 1080 sq. yds of a CR6 road with 4 inches of asphalt. I am wondering if there is much of an environmental difference between that and 4 inches of Asphalt.
Anne Arundel County MD 3 days ago
What can I use to decrease the worms in my early apples? I don't want to harm the bees.
Hello, I have questions about my fig tree. The first 2-3 years I had lots of figs on it but the past 3 I didn't get any figs to ripen. I think we didn't get figs because the winter was too harsh. Last winter we protected the tree by wrapping it and this past summer we had lots of leaves but no ripe figs (many that never ripened). Meanwhile the tree has now gotten too tall (9-10 feet) and bushy. I'd like to cut it back but I see new growth at the tips of all the stems. I don't want to lose this year's fig crop (mild winter so hopefully good) so I hesitate to prune now. Do you have some advice for me? Much appreciated,
Does anyone have experience growing Reveille raspberries for home use in Garrett County? Any guidance on this? Thanks!
Garrett County MD 3 days ago
I was wondering the crude protein content of Iron Clay Cow peas' leaves. I cannot find anything regarding this, I can find the protein content of the peas, but the deer eat them before they ever mature. I was trying to get an rough answer, because I know there is a lot of variables that go into that question (age of plant,soil,etc). Worst comes to worst I will send in the leaves to AU for testing.
Montgomery County AL 3 days ago
when can I begin to prune the tree? Will the current warm spell delay or deter me from trimming back my tree this year? How high is the ideal tree? And how much height can I remove from my current tree...probably now standing approx. 20 feet high?
Hennepin County MN 3 days ago
Thanks in advance, I have a home in SW Longmont, planted several $$ trees about 3 years ago, and some new trees...I am so afraid for these trees with the warm winter days we are having - I have columnar Swedish Aspens (very tall), Crimson Spire Oak (very tall already), a hot wings Tatarian maple, 2 hybrid LInden trees (15' mature width), 4 fruit trees (one gala apple fire blight, surviving), 2 tri-color beech trees, Chanticleer Pear trees (fire blight but surviving), Royal Raindrops Cherry tree - 19 clematis vines, 6 Canadian roses and a multitude of perennials and bushes that all work to make each other more beautiful! What is the worst I can expect and what can I do to prevent a likely warm weather pathogen infestation? I love my babies!!...
Boulder County CO trees and shrubs 3 days ago
Hello Sir/Madam, I live in Montgomery County and my Daughter & son are 13 & 10 years old and are interested in communication contest 2017.Healthy Lifestyle Competition and The Visual Presentations Contest . Please help me in how to proceed with. Thanks
Montgomery County MD 3 days ago
How big is too big for the budding tips of new branches? I want to cut down my ever bearing red raspberry stand so they are refreshed and we can more easily transplant. I'm just nervous to cut them down too soon or too late. The buds are swelling because we're having very warm weather . They aren't projecting from the branch though, so perhaps it's f8ne....?
Roberts County SD 3 days ago
I have 2 apple trees that are less than 7' tall that need pruning. Who can I call to have this done?
Cass County ND 3 days ago
WHAT IS YOUR SUGGESTION FOR TRYING TO ELIMINATE WILD VIOLETS IN THE LAWN. IN THE FALL, WHEN THEY READH MATURITY MY LAWN IS FILLED WITH THEM.
I HAVE AN OLD BUSH THAT GROWS WELL. I DO NOT WANT IT TO GROW HIGHER AND WANT IT TO FLOWER THIS SPRING . IF I CUT THE NEW GROWTH WHICH FOLLOWS THE FLOWERS, I WILL PREVENT THE BUSH FROM GROWING HIGHER, BUT WILL NEW BUDS FORM DURING THE SUMMER AT A LOWER LEVEL ?
Received a notification that I am required to take a complete Core and #24 Swimming Pool...are there no longer just a recertification class..my certification was good until 2019..now saying only 1 recertification per ? Have continually taken these courses for up-teen million years,now what's going on ? Please help...asap
Elk County PA pesticide certification 3 days ago
We are being advised by an official with vast experience in zoning, that it is unheard of to allow additions to a building that is deemed as nonconforming.As an example,A home that was built prior to zoning enactment and is now a nonconforming structure due to being too close to the east side lot line, only. Is it advisable to allow a twenty by twenty addition to the west side of the house with no issues with any setbacks? And if you can answer this, what percentage of communities would allow this?
My Tulips are out of the ground. Anywhere from 2 to 4 or 5 inches. Do I need to protect them from freeze the rest of the winter? How should I protect them? Thanks.
Larimer County CO flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials 3 days ago
Hi - I have failed in getting grass to grow and need help. Can you advise the steps I should follow throughout the year to possible have the grass grow including how to test soil, pre-emergent? fertilizer - what and when, seed- type and when, lime, weed control - how and what and when? etc? Thank you in advance
I am in Parkville and I have a big yard that I would love to garden in. I also have a full time job, a 6 month old baby, and no time. Are there any garden sharing programs where aspiring gardeners are connected to people with yards, and they share expenses and produce? R
How do you control Bermuda grass? My front lawn is being taken over by this we'd have a grass. How do I control it or how do I get rid of it? I understand it's very difficult to get rid of but I'd like to at least control it. Any suggestions? Thank you, it has been taking over For the past year or so.
Which type of male holly is best to pollinate a Maryland Dwarf holly?
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