Washtenaw County, Michigan

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Nishiki willow borings

We have a recently planted Nishiki Willow and it appears something is boring into it. Is there anything we can do? Please see attached photos.

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Washtenaw County Michigan 3 months ago

identify plant disease

Viburnum juddii has discoloration; located in Ann Arbor, Old West Side


Washtenaw County Michigan over 1 year ago

Small pink/white disks stuck to underside of oak leaves

After squirrels 'trimmed' some of our oak branches I noticed small disks stuck to many of the fallen branches with leaves. The disks were maybe .125" diameter and pink and white in color. They could be peeled off without tearing the leaf. Should I be worried about the health of the tree? Thanks, Bill Hill


Washtenaw County Michigan about 2 years ago

connecting an old bose lifestyle 12 system with rca cable to a 75" Samsung mu800

What type of converter do I need to connect my Bose system, I tried to connect to the TV true optical cable to red and white RCA cable a FiiO Taishan DO3K converter to the Bose system, but only getting sound from the front center speaker


Washtenaw County Michigan about 2 years ago

Dog Training

Looking for an obedience class for my 15 year old daughter to train a new 1 year old rescue dog in the Ann Arbor, Mi area.


Washtenaw County Michigan over 3 years ago

Vetch undersown to tomatoes

Hi, I plan on undersowing my tomatoes this year with vetch, and was wondering if you would know how long I should let the tomatoes grow before sowing the vetch, to keep it from competing with them.




Washtenaw County Michigan fruits and vegetables over 5 years ago


if dog gets a little peace of a mushroom in your yard can or will it hurt them if they have eaten it?


Washtenaw County Michigan dogs mushrooms 8 days ago

Deep root fertilization for a young pin oak tree

Hi, I have a pin oak that periodically gets very yellow leaves due to iron chlorosis which I have been treating with iron injections. It seems to have made quite a difference that usually lasts for a couple of years before it shows up again. The company which has been providing this service has a new arborist who thinks I should get a deep root fertilization. Is this really necessary? Would you recommend this procedure? Thank you, Julie


Washtenaw County Michigan 8 days ago

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