Gregg County, Texas
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I am tired of the yellow streaks and the killing 50 of in my home a day. Its a full time job and I already have one of them! What can I do to keep them out of my home and RV? HELP!!!!
Gregg County Texas over 2 years ago
I live in a heavily wooded neighborhood in Gregg County, Texas. Some pine trees have died recently and several residents are concerned that pine beetles are the cause. What should we do to determine whether pine beetles or something else caused the trees to die, and if it is pine beetles, are there treatment options?
I am needing to plant a tree or trees for shade and to help the appearance of some property I just purchased. It's a home on an acre of land. It looks odd with no trees or plants. I am going to add in flowers and shrubs, but what kind of tree can I plant that's fast growing that will also work for shade? Also when is the best time to plant azaleas?
Lots of white spots on my crates. The branches appear to be turning black in the areas of the spots. I did treat them (all 55) twice in the spring with Malathion. These trees create two pathway leading down to the lake. I would hate to lose them=(
Gregg County Texas about 3 years ago
After reading your articles, I would like to plant a small area in sericea lespedeza species Serala 76. However, I am unable to locate the seed by doing an Internet search. I find other species but not Serala 76. I would appreciate any help you can give me in locating seed.
Gregg County Texas sericea lespedeza almost 4 years ago
Please auto identifier didn't get me an easy answer.
Gregg County Texas almost 3 years ago
Last summer a tree broke over about 5 feet up. We cut the remaining trunk down to a stump. Now there are new trees sprouting up many feet away from the stump. At least one of the roots of this tree has been growing under a driveway and causing problems. We need to kill the entire root system to prevent further damage to the driveway and stop all these new trees that are sprouting up. We need your advice - stump grinding, some chemical application, a combination? What chemical, how often applied? Do we need to dig up roots, or would a chemical application eventually kill the roots? I am attaching pictures - one to show how far away some of the new trees are sprouting from the stump (stump in background by driveway), and a close up for identification of the tree. Thanks for any help or advice you can give.
Gregg County Texas trees and shrubs over 3 years ago
What kind of snake is this