Can I prune tomato plant in July for fall crop
Lavaca County Texas Posted about 4 years ago
I had a tank built on my property in 2015. It has since filled and holding water nicely so I stocked it with hybrid blue cat and bass. I also ran a water line from a solar pump to feed water into the tank in the event of a drought. My question is, the tank has a lot of moss in it that it is Very hard to fish without getting hung up in it. Is there something I can buy to kill the moss but not harm the fish? Please advised, the pond is about a half acre pond and at the deepest end is about 10 to 12 foot.
Lavaca County Texas Posted over 4 years ago
can a methley plum serve as a pollinator for a mariposa plum,
DeWitt County Texas Posted over 4 years ago
The leaves on my pecan tree have hard bumps all over them. What could be causing this and should I be alarmed?
We have a tangerine tree that has been producing an abundance of fruit for the past several years. This year it began blooming as normal then a week later it began losing its leaves and blooms like it is dying. We packed fresh dirt and mulch around it not knowing what to do to try and save it. What could cause this?
Our garden soil is sandy loam and does not hold moister well. We are thinking of shredding the winter garden and disc then adding compost worms and letting the garden rest for a season. Would this improve our soil? Also to keep grass seeds from sprouting we plan to cover with cardboard. Do you know how many worms we would need per square yard?
I live in hallettsville 77964 and want to grow jap maple in container on porch facing north will have some morning sun but shaded rest of day. Advice? Will be planted in very large concrete container with drainage.
I started an avocado from a seed. Now I want to transplant from a container to outside in the yard. How deep should I plant it in reference to the seed? Also what do you suggest in soil condition and fertilizer?
Why does the latest update (Sept 2013) show trapping methods that have been proven to be ineffective in long term feral hog control? It is problematic to go to an expected authoritative website and see such antiquated methods being displayed. I've witnessed that the methods your article suggest do nothing but teach these extremely intelligent animals to avoid both corral and box traps with poorly designed trap gates and drop trigger strategies. Until all serious landowners learn about what Jager Pro has done in Georgia (and now Texas)with focused systems to capture entire sounders (even the smartest of the sows), these ineffective methods will be continue to proliferate.
BTW, I am NOT a supplier of any feral hog control devices, equipment, weapons, poisons, etc. etc. - just a landowner trying my best to promote wild turkeys, song birds, beneficial snakes, insects, clean water streams, etc. etc. - the antithesis of the results of the endemic feral hog problem
Lavaca County Texas feral hogs Posted over 5 years ago
I am planning on starting a container garden. It has been recommended that I use Cotton Burr Compost. I have found information that says there could be left over pesticides, etc. in it. Is that something I should consider?