Benton County, Oregon

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Old weedy Asparagus bed

Our new home has a bed of asparagus,but it is heavily choked with grass and weeds. Still, the asparagus is trying to keep coming, but not really enough at one time to eat. We love asparagus and would like to help it be successful what should we do? Dig it up and replant? Carefully try to pull all the grass out? I read you should remove the male plants? Thanks for the advice!

Benton County OR 18 days ago

Old hedge has spreading browning

I sent my hedge question a minute ago but there were no places to upload the image on that screen. I'm attaching it to this one.

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Benton County OR over 3 years ago

Douglas Fir

My Douglas Fir has bluish/ gray spots on trunk & branches. I've only lived on the property for 2 months. Looks like quite a few branches were removed on north-east side of tree. Is there any hope?

Benton County OR almost 4 years ago

A few more weeds

Couldn't send all the weed photos in the one enquiry.

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Benton County OR about 4 years ago

Well Testing for Benton County

Do you offer annual well testing services. Can you perform well testing services to tell what minerals are in the water?

Benton County OR almost 5 years ago

Onion Sets

When is the best time to plant onion sets?

Benton County OR over 6 years ago

Powdered detergent and septic tanks

I have heard that powdered detergents should not be used if you are on a septic tank. Could you please explain this to me and direct me to some good written material on the subject (so that I can reference it to others)? Thanks!

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Benton County OR about 7 years ago

ID teensy "native bedstraw" that grows & spreads in gravel driveway

Hi, No picture. Its leaves look a lot like gallium odoratum, but its clusters of 5+ leaves in a circle is a total of 1/6" in diameter, when starting out flat on the ground. Eventually it telescopes vertically, to about 6", though the structure is still very narrow, approximately 1/2 to 1", and very airy/spread out. It seemed unobstrusive, but it IS marching across the territory. I can see it came from the nearby park, growing in a worn walking path among the lawn daisies. A neighbor said, "Well at least it's native.". It isn't Our Lady's Bedstraw. Might anyone comment? I'd like to decide whether I should try to control it, not with chemicals.

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Benton County OR about 9 hours ago

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