Chippewa County, Michigan

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COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATOR

MY COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATOR LICENSE EXPIRED IN DEC 3, 2011 . CATEGORIES WERE 1B, 6, 7A. WHAT WOULD BE THE STEPS NEEDED TO OBTAIN A NEW LICENSE WITH THESE SAME CATEGORIES? CAN ANYTHING BE DONE ON LINE?

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Chippewa County Michigan pesticide education pesticide certification 5 months ago

Can expired certificates be used

I have certificates that expired 2 years ago Can I still use?

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Chippewa County Michigan 4 months ago

Weather patterns

I am wondering why the upper level clouds are moving west to east and at a lower level below these are clouds moving from east to west. Why does this occur and what could it mean?

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Chippewa County Michigan about 1 month ago

RED SQUIRRELS

DO RED SQUIRRELS HARM CHIPMUNKS? I HAVE ALWAYS HAD CHIPMUNKS IN MY BACKYARD, THIS YEAR THERE ARE 2-3 RED SQUIRRELS AND NO CHIPMUNKS. NOT SURE IF THE SQUIRRELS ARE RESPONSIBLE?

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Chippewa County Michigan wildlife damage management natural resources wildlife 5 months ago

BACKYARD POND

Do the frogs in my pond indicate that I have a healthy pond? I am concerned of blue green algae. I don't think I have a problem. Would the frogs survive in blue green algae is the question. Thank you.

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Chippewa County Michigan ponds frogs aquatic weeds 3 months ago

FERTILIZING THE GARDEN.

I WOULD LIKE TO USE MIRACLE GROW ON MY GARDEN. IS THERE A DO IT YOURSELF PLAN FOR CONSTRUCTING AN IN LINE HOSE FEEDER FOR THE SOLUBLE FERTILIZER SO AS I AM WATERING IT WILL SIPHON THE FERTILIZER AS WELL?

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Chippewa County Michigan gardening watering vegetables fertilizing 5 months ago

Pheasant raising as a Hobby

One of our clients is interested in raising pheasants as a hobby. Can you direct me to good resources to share with him.

Thank you!

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Chippewa County Michigan over 4 years ago

Lawn Dead Spots

Our client has spots in her lawn that are dying. The area seemed overly healthy last year, but when the snow melted, the areas are now dead. some of the tufts seem greenish-gray. They are large and irregular shaped. Some of the area is near the drive, but not right against it. Some of the spots are where snow had been piled, but other spots were not.
Is there a general solution, or further information or tests?

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Chippewa County Michigan lawns and turf over 6 years ago

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