Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

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What is this?

I found this on the floor of my log cabin. I would like to know what left it there.


Huntingdon County PA master gardener program about 4 years ago


Can you plant red raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and concord grapes in the same area?


Huntingdon County PA blueberries grapes raspberries small fruit berries blackberries almost 5 years ago

green ash borer

Hello, When shall I treat a green ash tree for green ash borer problems? Is it too late to treat this spring? Jane


Huntingdon County PA insect issues horticulture over 4 years ago

Pond coating

Can u help me identify this coating/algae. Have lived here 25 years and pond has always been nice and clear. Last couple years noticed plant growth increasing. Tried pond dye last year, but growth continued. Bought a pond rake this year. Took a lot out, but now this yellow scum has appeared. See picture. Now have pond aeration system coming. Pond is about 1/4 acres.



Huntingdon County PA algae ponds and watergardens over 6 years ago

Large spider

What kind of spider is this. I live in Hesston pa . I found this spider and snapped a pic.



Huntingdon County PA spiders insect identification about 5 years ago

is butternut woolyworm harmful?

Hi. Today, Sept 18, suddenly I see larvae on our walnut tree that I identify as butternut woolyworm. Are they harmful? What should I do? Why are they appearing so late in year? Thanks.


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Huntingdon County PA butternut woolyworms about 2 years ago


I was wondering about mulch on asparagus. I got my composted manure on rather late- it was in February. I used composted sheep manure. It is rather thick in some places, I was wondering if I need to rake some of it off. Should I try and work it into the soil. Should I put straw down?


Huntingdon County PA horticulture over 5 years ago

European Hornets

I was fishing this morning and crossed the gas line on Stone Creek Road near Rag Hollow. There were quite a few European Hornets foraging in the wildflowers and plants on the line. Two came up and gave me a quick go over but didn't cause a problem. Can they be dangerous if I am just walking through? Thanks, Greg Roth


Huntingdon County PA insect issues bees about 4 years ago

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