Palo Pinto County, Texas

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Questions (7)

Easement Question

Can a person buy property that I inherited and have used for a lifetime and block access to my property when there are no other accesses to my property; in essence, land locking my property? I want to sell my property but I am being told I am "land locked" which makes the 160 acres virtually unmarketable. The person who has purchased the property between me and the highway says I am trespassing when I cross his property. . .he has offered to purchase my property at price considerably below the fair market value. Thank you for your consideration to my question which applies to a situation I am now currently facing. Patricia.

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Palo Pinto County Texas ag law about 4 years ago

Salvia doesn't bloom

I may be mistaken, but is this a salvia? It grew voluntarily next to another salvia. But it doesn't bloom as the other one does. Any ideas wht it is or why it doesn't bloom?

Thank you for your help!

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Palo Pinto County Texas trees and shrubs almost 3 years ago

ID?

Found this plant about 50 miles west of Fort Worth Texas. It's a vine of some type growing in a wooded area so it was not planted

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Palo Pinto County Texas plant identification over 3 years ago

dying oaks

HELP! Our beautiful oak trees are dying. We have already lost 4 in our yard and many more in our woods. More are showing same signs: dead limbs, bark damage, thin foliage. Do you have someone who can come examine and make recommendations to save the remaining trees?
Thank you!

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Palo Pinto County Texas over 2 years ago

aquatic plants for waterfowl

I want to plant some safe, native aquatic plants to create a food source for waterfowl. It is a small pond, about one half acre with an average depth of four feet. We are located in North Texas. I want to plant things that won't get out of control.

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Palo Pinto County Texas birds freshwater aquaculture recreational pond management aquatic weed control pond aquaculture raising waterfowl about 6 years ago

What is this plant?

I found this plant growing on the side of the road. It has velvet like leaves.

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Palo Pinto County Texas over 2 years ago

Shumard red oak

I just plant several oak trees after the rains in the Dallas area. 3 out of the 6 trees I planted now look dead. They are all wilted. But if you break off a limb it is still green. I noticed the root ball is wet. The trees are 30 gallons that I purchased from a nursery. Do you think the trees are bad or should I give them time for they may be in shock?

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Palo Pinto County Texas trees and shrubs horticulture almost 4 years ago

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