I would like to know what apple trees would grow best in my tested soil.
Sullivan County New York Posted about 3 years ago
I'm from Oklahoma but live in Upstate NY now. I was used to seeing Wolf Spiders down South but this one looks similar.
Monroe County New York Posted about 3 years ago
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Franklin County New York Posted over 3 years ago
Buffalo, New York here, wondering what this humongous thing is that looks to be part caterpillar, part centipede with sort of daddy long legs sized legs, maybe longer, I took his picture and is just a tad bit larger than that, never seen one of these in my entire life, it was outside next to my door and when I looked again, it was no where in sight. It was out at night and it was around midnight when I found it.
Erie County New York Posted over 3 years ago
This plant is up against the house with very little sun or water. The leaves, as large as 10"x12", project from individual stalks. I actually want to plant it next year. The seeds project out near the top of the plant. It stands almost 4' high. Can you identify it?
Westchester County New York Posted almost 4 years ago
We have had a Somerset grape vine in our backyard patio for 10 years. It provides a canopy for our patio which is about 16 feet by 12 feet. It started producing a large fall grape crop in its 4th year and has been doing so for every year until this year when it produced almost no grapes. Any thoughts as to why it suddenly stopped producing grapes this year? Thanks.
Kings County New York grapes Posted almost 4 years ago
There are several large mushrooms on a neighbor 's lawn. The distinctive features are the large size and the outer surface that looks to me like a human brain. The picture shows a USA Quarter that I placed on the surface of the mushroom. I would like to identify the fungus, and determine if it is toxic. Last year I identified a large Fly Agaric on the same lawn and recommended that it be removed and put in the trash because young children are frequently playing on the lawn.
Schenectady County New York Posted almost 4 years ago
Hello, I'm planning to plant a few acres of Jack Pine trees and had a soil test done in preparation. I know they like a sandy loam, and I'm wondering if this soil has to much clay. What kind of outcomes could I expect with this soil makeup? Sand: 34.6% Clay: 20.7% Silt: 44.7% Gravel: 4.3% Texture: Loam Your advice would be appreciated! Thanks a lot,
Can you identify this?
Suffolk County New York Posted almost 4 years ago
When the blooms begin to die, how should they be removed from plant in order to allow other blooms to grow and flower?
Erie County New York flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials Posted about 4 years ago