Walker County, Alabama

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What kind of Pesticides do I use for my willow tree

My weeping willow tree something is eating it. And I have tried every thing. And nothing works. What can I do?

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Walker County AL almost 2 years ago

What is this?

Found this tree close to our property. It is a small tree, bloomed white fringed flower clusters. I have been watching it all season and have noticed that the berries are all still there. The animal wildlife should have already eaten them. What is it?

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Walker County AL 12 months ago

Japanese Killer Hornet

I have killed 3 large hornets in my home and I believe them to be the Japanese Hornet. I have pictures that I will try to post here. I live in North west Alabama. I've heard and read about them causing people to be hospitalized and possibly causing death. I do not know who to go to for help. Please help with info you can give me. Thanks


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Walker County AL about 2 years ago

Caring for wild black cherry tree

I have a mature black cherry tree that is appx 50 years old. It has damage to the bark that extends 15 to 20% around the trunk that is appx 1 square foot. There appears to be an area of rot that extends 1" or so deep covering an area 6" x 8". This a beautiful old tree that came up voluntarily and I do want to care for it. Suggestions on repairing/caring for the wound and fertilizing for this tree.

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Walker County AL over 3 years ago

What type of pear tree is this?

Hello, I live in the middle part of Alabama, and I have a old pear tree that's been on my property for generations. The tree stands about 50-60 ft tall, has small white blooms, and it produces medium to large hard pears when ripe. My grandmother called them canning pears. I would like to know the name of this type pear tree. The tree forks at the bottom, and I have noticed on the bottom of one of the forks of the tree it has a rotten spot 2 1/2 foot up, and that side of the tree is starting to bloom and has plenty of bright green leaves. What could this be from? I don't want anything to happen to my pear tree. It's been in my family for years. Any answers you have would greatly be appreciated! Thank you!!

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Walker County AL over 3 years ago

What plant

I have several plants I can't identify, my seeds were mixed up

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Walker County AL almost 4 years ago

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