Grayson County, Texas
Do I need to inoculate my bush bean seeds? My garden soil is all right, but could use the added nitrogen from having the beans fix it in the soil.What do you think?Thank you.Anne Jones
High winds broke apart one of my oak trees. The remaining tree stump and branches look diseased. I am sending pictures of the broken tree.
I know drought has stressed all of my trees on the farm. What can I do to help them?
The trees are on my farm in Bryan County Oklahoma just north of my home in Sherman, Grayson County Texas.
Texas has more horses per capita than any other state. North Texas has a world-wide reputation as "horse country" http://www.discoverdenton.com/what-to-do/horse-country/. You can find many horse enthusiasts with backyard horses, including ponies and mini horses. I live in Pilot Point with my small trail riding herd. I'm aware that some plants and trees are poisonous if eaten by horses but as I consider planting for landscaping around my home and pasture erosion control, I'm left trying to balance drought and ice tolerance and wondering what might be dangerous if my horses take a nibble of bark, flowers, or leaves. This seems it might be a nice research project across the horticulture and veterinary departments.
Grayson County Texas about 3 years ago
I have lived in yhe same place for 14 years. I have never seen this spider until today. It doesnt look like the normal wolf spiders we see all of the time. Please give me any information on this. I live in North Texas.
I asked a question about where I could obtain some cuttings for grafting but I never received an answer.
Grayson County Texas almost 6 years ago
I manage a RV park at Lake Texoma. Every year we battle with the grass burrs, how can I eliminate these burrs being mindful that I'm 50' from the lake?
Grayson County Texas horticulture about 4 years ago
I have 8 acres on my property in Whitewright TX that needs some sort of grass that will grow without assistance to cover and fill in the area. The land currently just has spotty areas of grass and weeds with many open areas with no vegetation. When I mow it I kick up tons of dust and dirt and would really like to get these areas filled in with grass of some sort. Can you advise me of something I can plant so I get good coverage that will grow and sustain itself without additional watering of nutrients being added? Thanks for your help.
Grayson County Texas sustainable gardening and landscaping over 4 years ago