Washington County, Pennsylvania

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CUTTINGS FROM STOCK

HOW TO ROOT PACHYSANDRA CUTTINGS AND/OR PERIWINKLE

Washington County PA about 4 years ago

trees planted too close

I planted a tree due to old tree falling, In the meantime a Norway maple came up naturally and is the better tree. If I eliminate the planted tree will the branches that were crowded sprout longer and thicker. Both trees are now about 15 ft.

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Washington County PA trees and shrubs over 3 years ago

Shod MIni's

Why are Mini's not allowed to be shod.

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Washington County PA horses miniature horses horses and ponies horseshoes over 2 years ago

rock/crystal

What is it? I found it in an abandoned mine

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Washington County PA geology 8 months ago

Best area's to grow

I live in Washington County, Washington Pa. area. I came across a picture of the Lilly Starlette flowers. They are absolutely beautiful. We have the four season's here and I wasn't sure if they would grow. I would like to know if they would grow in this area ? Thank you Kandi

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Washington County PA horticulture flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials about 4 years ago

mushroom farming

I am interested in starting a small mushroom farm. Are there any special license requirements or regulations for farming and marketing mushrooms in Pennsylvania? I would also like to know what restrictions there are on collecting and selling wild mushrooms.

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Washington County PA over 3 years ago

Honey Bees

I live in Houston, PA and has honey bees in and outside of my house walls. Do you know of anyone who can come get them out and take them away without charging a fortune?

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Washington County PA over 6 years ago

Are these galls on my pin oak?

I have these gross deformities on the ends of the branches on my 18 ye old, 30' tall pin oak. As best as I can identify them is galls. What should I do about them? Will they harm this tree and others? And why now? The mild winter?

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Washington County PA pin oak galls over 2 years ago

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