Cayuga County, New York
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Hi can anyone help I'm looking into rearing the tomato hornworm. I have 3 bearded dragons to feed them to plus I have a cricket business I can sell them through. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Bugz-R-us Linda M Hargett
Cayuga County New York 1 day ago
I know the female trees produce the cotton, but my trees are so tall, I can't see which ones they are, I noticed some only have branches at the Top, where others have them all the way up. Will that tell me which are which?
Cayuga County New York over 2 years ago
I noticed small white, soft spots on both sides of frond. Also tips of some fronds were curled with a dark brown hard knot on end. What do I have and how to treat
Cayuga County New York 10 months ago
Ok here is the scenario...i just took over my mother's place. and she had a rose bush on the corner..we had a really hard winter, and the plow accidentally knocked into the rose bush where it was buried under 5 feet of snow...i am not sure what the bush my mom had before but, i have long skinny canes growing out, about 3 of them about 5 feet...and then i have smaller shoots which i assume are from the original bush..i have not gotten any buds from either...and the smaller canes leaves are different then the longer canes. when the plow hit the bush, most of the canes were broken right down to the root top or whatever it is called..so everything i have now is new growth...my question is ..i have heard Dr Huey is usually used for grafting roses..and i would not mind having that as my rose bush..so my question is how do i get rid of the other bush and usually how long till i see roses on the long caned rose bush
Cayuga County New York about 5 years ago
I'm trying to find out more about how to keep my squash plants from being eaten by striped cucumber beetles. Every year they find my squash, cucumbers, and pumpkin plants within hours of being planted - though I'm thoughtful of rotating my locations. What managment options are there?
Cayuga County New York over 7 years ago
I have a cimicifuga that is relatively young. It has just a few leaves. There are several flower stalks coming out, but the leaves are turning brown/black shortly after they come out. It is planted in part shade. I am not sure what to do.
Cayuga County New York about 1 year ago