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Weed solution

This weed appeared summer of 2015 after the heavy rains. It is spreading throughout the lawn. I have tried 2-4-D and roundup. Very little success with either

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Hood County TX almost 3 years ago

Red Oak Trees diseased

Red Oak tree leaves wilting and looks like tree is dying..


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Hood County TX horticulture about 3 years ago

Red Wattle piglet having trouble walking

I rescued a 9 wk old Red Wattle pig. He was kept for over a week in a wire crate on concrete. I thought we I got him in a dirt pen that the concrete caused him to favor his back legs. He acts like his back feet are tender. I have checked for any injury & found none. When I try to get him to walk he squeals & acts like him back legs really hurt him to walk. Could he have tetanus? Would penicillin help?

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Hood County TX pigs about 6 years ago

Dwarf fruit trees

I am wondering what would be the best dwarf fruit trees to grow in a raised bed in Granbury Texas. I am also looking for types of blackberry, grapes and raspberries for this area. Lots of rock, so it will most all be raised beds. For the trees, I am looking at Apple, peach, pear, cherry and maybe a cool weather banana. Also, can the trees be planted any time?

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Hood County TX about 3 years ago

Tomatoes

What species of tomato plant grows well in a pot?

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Hood County TX about 3 years ago

When is the best time to apply grub control to lawns in Hood county?

When is the best time to apply grub control to lawns in Hood county?

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Hood County TX about 3 years ago

BLACKBERRIES INFORMATION

HELLO:

I HAVE SOME BLACKBERRIES THAT I BOUGHT FROM 2 DIFFERENT SOURCES AND PLANTED

IN JANUARY OF 2011, ABOUT 50 PLANTS.

THIS YEAR 2016 I HAD A VERY NICE CROP OF BERRIES FROM 12 PLANTS, ALL THAT SURVIED

AND THERE SPROUTS THAT HAD COME UP DURING THESE 4 YEARS. NOW MY QUESTION IS:

IS THERE ANY WAY BY DNA OR ANY OTHER WAY TO IDENTIFY THE VARIETIES THAT SURVIVED.

REASON: ONE "1" PLANT HAD MUCH SWEETER BERRIES THAN THE OTHERS AND THEREFORE WOULD LIKE TO BUY MORE PLANTS LIKE THIS ONE.

THANKS

GERALD ALLEN "66"

pic 1 original planting

pic 2 the single consolidated row of all the servers from 2011

pic 3 pic of plant 12 that that was in its original planting site

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Hood County TX over 2 years ago

Vinca minor problem

Is there a spray that I can use to kill close to a quarter acre of vinca minor without killing the natural wild grass interspersed? And will it kill it permanent or will this be a constant fight?

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Hood County TX 15 days ago

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