Arenac County, Michigan

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BIRCH TREES

Client has birch trees that are losing leaves and many branches are dead.

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Arenac County MI about 5 years ago

Pest to bleeding trees

I had spiter mites and I could not get rid of them I would spray and they would be back in a day or two and I would spray again. Now my cherry trees are bleeding . I don't want to lose them. Can you help me please.

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Arenac County MI about 1 month ago

What is messing up my pepper plants?

I'm growing peppers organically in containers. On some plants, the leaves and new growth are getting small circles on them. The new growth is really getting goofed up and drying up. I have volunteer mint growing nearby. I've attached a picture.
Edited to add: I've since noticed some of those small circles on a potato plant and an Elephant Head amaranth.

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Arenac County MI about 4 years ago

oak trees dieing




I had 1 mature oak tree die in late summer 2011, 2 more trees died in 2012, this year I had 6 more dead trees at the start of the season and as of this date (8/5/13) 18 more have died. Of the 18 that later died a few started to leaf then died and the rest died after they had fully leaved.All trees were green before they died. No other species are affected. This year the trees have varied in maturity from young trees (2"-4" dia.), half grown trees (6"-10" dia.), to fully matured trees. The leaves just simply turn brown with no indication of cause. No sign of insect damage, rotting, discoloration of leaves, no sap coming out at any location, nothing! I've thought it could be something in the soil, which is all sand down to +/- 60 ft. Or perhaps something airborne that I'm not noticing. The location is Moffatt Twp in Arenac Cty, MI 48610. I've cut down a total of five large trees and the wood appears to be fine. Can you help before I lose more trees?
Larry Cunningham

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Arenac County MI about 7 years ago

Arenac County Cottonwood

We have debated this tree species and size forever. It is located at the Pine River Golf Course in Standish, MI. We believe it is an Eastern Cottonwood and have been told that it is the third largest in the state. Can you confirm what kind of tree it is a relative age / size. Thank you. Mike Mumford 248-767-5013

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Arenac County MI 12 days ago

LC66D8; Soil Analysis

Do you have any suggestions for why our grass appears to be weak? The soil analysis we had done is at our cottage on the Saginaw Bay. The blades appear to be thin. The grass grows but it seems to lay over more than stand straight. It is possible the fertilizer isn't penetrating what appears to be a thick root base? Sometimes I can still see the fertilizer even after we have had rain. The lawn is watered daily as well. Thanks!

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Arenac County MI almost 5 years ago

Ash trees

would live ash trees be of any use to you I have several some not tuched by the ash bore and some with scars that survived. All the trees are next to trees that were killed by the bore

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Arenac County MI about 1 year ago

Seagulls making a mess

We have for condo buildings and the seagulls are rusting on the roof. We are wondering how to detour them from landing.

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Arenac County MI 10 days ago

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