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blackcherry leaves

are blackcherry leaves poison to livestock.

Jackson County Missouri almost 5 years ago

What is this plant

What is this plant

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Jackson County Missouri houseplants about 3 years ago

Can you identify?

Hi There,
We live in Independence, Mo , suburb of Kansas City,we have had Japanesse Beetles, and June Bugs. Now we are seeing a larger Beetle. I found this photo on the Michigan State University Extension web site. Can you identify the beetle the one on the far left? How can we get rid of it too?
Bradley West

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Jackson County Missouri insect issues about 4 years ago

Unhappy tree

What is eating my large ornamental tree? Note the black stuff on the cushion, is that the excrement of this beetle?

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Jackson County Missouri insect issues about 1 year ago

What kind of plant is this?

Hello!

We are trying to identify this succulent type plant. We inherited it and it is not doing too well, so we are trying to find out what it is so that we can make it healthy again! The leaves are fairly thin with small spikes on along the edges. There is one main stem with several leaves growing out of the "cone".

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Jackson County Missouri almost 3 years ago

Bird mites

I have a question can bird mites sense that your immune system is compressed? Do they get blood from inside if you? How long will this last?if so is there any medication for this?

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Jackson County Missouri mites insect issues almost 3 years ago

Growth on trunk

What is this? It's soft and about 10 inches wide. It's 5 feet up on the trunk.

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Jackson County Missouri trees and shrubs fungus mushroom identification almost 3 years ago

what is this

I have a plant that looks like either a rubber plant or a succulant plant, and it has produced some type of pod. Is this a seed pod that can be planted to grow a new plant?

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Jackson County Missouri indoor gardening plant propagation horticulture flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials over 5 years ago

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