Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

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what is this weed?

this weed popped up about 2 weeks ago and is spreading rapidly, like a mat or carpet, in my myrtle and angel wing begonia bed, now is extending out into the grass. The chartreuse leaves with red veins are the angel wings... I would appreciate any information you can give me. I am beginning to envision waking up some morning with it completely covering my house and yard!

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Lancaster County PA over 4 years ago

Boot loop

My 10 inch RCA Viking Pro Tablet computer is boot looped and so I was told to push the volume up button and the power button at the same time but when it gets to the recovery screen, it crashes two seconds later and I have tried many times. It has been boot looping for nearly 8 hours now and I don't know how to fix it. Someone told me that it might be bricked but I don't know what that means.

Lancaster County PA over 3 years ago

RCA Tablet Boot loop

My 10 inch RCA Viking Pro Tablet computer is boot looped and so I was told to push the volume up button and the power button at the same time but when it gets to the recovery screen, it crashes two seconds later and I have tried many times. It has been boot looping for nearly 8 hours now and I don't know how to fix it. Someone told me that it might be bricked but I don't know what a pricked tablet means.

Lancaster County PA technology computer literacy over 3 years ago

Sludge

Has the research at Penn State shown any risks to health, well water, land and property by farmers using SLUDGE in growing crops

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Lancaster County PA over 5 years ago

Acorn plum galls

My dog picks these up and carries them around and chews on them. Are they harmful to dogs? We live in Lancaster. Thank you. B. Porter

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Lancaster County PA over 2 years ago

Fungi for soil fertility improvement in pastures

I want to incorporate fungi in a rotational grazing system to improve soil fertility, increase biodiversity in the soil layer, and improve nutrient cycling. Are there particular types of fungi that grow well in mixed grass pastures and that are nontoxic to livestock (mostly dairy cattle)? My initial research has led me to think that Coprinus comatus (shaggy manes) may work well. Would Macrolepiota procera (Parasol mushroom) work in this type of system? Are there other species that I could readily find spawn for that would be suitable.

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Lancaster County PA pastures and forages pasture management agronomy soil amendments soil fertility fungi almost 5 years ago

Antimicrobial

I am wondering at this time if I have to get a pesticide license to apply an antimicrobial on water losses as a restoration company. I am not finding information on this. Thanks for the help.

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Lancaster County PA over 4 years ago

Bermuda Grass

I am plagued with patches of Bermuda Grass in my lawn. Is there any way other than killing off the lawn that I can get rid of this aggressive grass?

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Lancaster County PA lawns and turf over 4 years ago

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