Tyler County, Texas

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East Texas Chinquapin

Many years ago these trees in Tyler County Texas begin to die. I am 80 years old and have not seen a live one in many years. Are they considered extinct in East Texas?

Tyler County Texas 8 months ago

Grapefruit tree needs help

I have a grapefruit tree I grew from a seed. It looks sick. I have had it for about 10 years and it's always been healthy. But lately it looks sad; the leaves are falling off, and the woodpeckers are pecking it. It has never lost its leaves except after the storms. It's about 18 feet tall, and produces lots of fruit. Is there anything I can spray on it or do to not lose it?

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Tyler County Texas trees and shrubs fruits and vegetables citrus horticulture over 5 years ago

Stickers

Stickers are well on their way to taking over my yard of San Augustine grass. Any suggestion on how to remove.

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Tyler County Texas almost 3 years ago

Blackberries

I am interested in growing blackberries, as a kid it was fun hiking in the woods on our family farm looking for them, but now not so much. I would like to grow some close to our house, preferably a large thorn-less. How do I get started?

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Tyler County Texas about 3 years ago

Farmer Veteran Coalition

Hi. I'm Daryl, I was advised by the Farmer Veteran Coalition to contact you guys about workshops and seminars being offered in my area Hillister, Tx.

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Tyler County Texas almost 3 years ago

aquatic bladderwort

my pond has bladderwort now for about 3 years. i've used diquat for contorling it but i was wondering why it's growing now and not before. maybe the ph in my lake has changed? is there a certain ph that bladderwort grows in?

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Tyler County Texas freshwater aquaculture pond and water gardens almost 4 years ago

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