Kimble County, Texas

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fungus

Please suggest a fungus treatment for roses and tomatoes. Thank you.

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Kimble County Texas fruits and vegetables flowers: annuals and herbaceous perennials almost 5 years ago

Live Oak trunk rot

The lower trunk of a Live Oak on my property appears to be rotting away. Does anyone know how to help this tree?

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Kimble County Texas trees and shrubs urban forestry over 2 years ago

Hives per acre, Hill Country, Texas

Howdy,

I am looking for information on the correct number of bee hives per acre for our area. I understand the general rule is 6 hives per application for exemption (5-20 acres). I feel that may be too many for our area based on average rainfall (24.58 inches annual, US Climate Data) and therefore available bee forage. I believe that standard was based on the Houston area, which receives closer to 50 inches of rain per year. I realize my reasoning my be fallible but that would suggest a standard closer to 3 hives per operation. If you do not have any information on our area could you possibly direct me to a good source of information for healthy hives? I am looking for scientific studies and articles to support my endevours. The information that we have found online has been greatly varied.

Thank you for your time,

Jennifer Johnson


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Kimble County Texas bee health over 2 years ago

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