Can you recommend to me an arbor specialist in the Arvada Co area that I can have look at my sick tree?
I need to see if I can save it and would appreciate help if you know of someone. I looked in the phone book but that does not tell me who is a specialist. I don't want a tree trimmer but a person that can diagnose.
Jefferson County Colorado Posted about 4 hours ago
My family purchased a new construction home in Pueblo West near the reservoir. We have an acre of land and would like to have some grass. A friend suggested we plant clover for drought resistance and low maintenance purposes. I have a few questions about this: 1) Is clover suitable for this type of area. 2) We are not able to hire a lawn company because of COVID 19 issues. Would we be able to do this ourselves? Where would we come up with top soil, how would we spread it, and is that even necessary? (I assume it is). Also, what is the best way to apply seed and how would we go about doing that ourselves?
Pueblo County Colorado Posted about 4 hours ago
My home is surrounded by scrub oak trees. I'd like to prune the tops so that I have views from our upper bedrooms. What is the best way to do it and best time of year?
Thank you! Jeff Roberts
Davis County Utah Posted about 8 hours ago
Hi, I'm located in Colorado Springs and we've had some warm days this week. It will be in 50-60 degrees in the next few days and followed by low temps and snow. I've read that applying a pre-emergent can occur mid-March to early April. I missed the mid-March time frame.
Is it too late to apply a pre-emergent?
El Paso County Colorado Posted about 9 hours ago
I planted a new yard last fall, and this spring I’ve found this plant (see picture) growing all over in the grass. Any idea what it is and the best way to get rid of it?
Arapahoe County Colorado Posted about 10 hours ago
Can calcium citrate be used instead of calcium nitrate to prevent blossom end rot? Thank you.
Adams County Colorado Posted about 11 hours ago
Can ornamental grasses be trimmed now April 8th 2020? If so how far back should they be trimmed?
Adams County Colorado Posted about 12 hours ago
I have an existing field planted with a type of what appears to be Orchard Grass, not sure of exactly what type of hay it is.. it has broad leaves and stems out at about 2 1/2 ft. Prior to cutting. I'm located in Loma, Colorado . 81524. What d be the best type of grass to grow in this area. Would orchard grass or a tall fescue be the better grass.....
Mesa County Colorado Posted about 12 hours ago
Clallam County Washington Posted about 12 hours ago
I think we mostly have Ponderosa pines here in Larkspur. We are having a ridiculous bumper crop of pine cones this year. We are all wondering what causes it? Obviously weather, but what kind of weather? Thanks!
Douglas County Colorado Posted about 13 hours ago