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Oregon State Turf

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Oregon State Extension Service

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Oregon Master Gardener Program

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OSU Test Group

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Metro Master Gardeners Oregon

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Oregon State University

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Taeless racoons

There's a post asking if anyone knows 'why a lot of raccoons in North Bend, Oregon don't have tails" I worked as a Wildlife Rehabilitator in Coquille, Oregon for many years. I've rehabed numerous raccoons when injured or sick. My biggest concern was reading that you or your neighbor feeds raccoons & other wildlife. I need to inform you that racoons, skunks Ect.. all carry a deadly round worm named (Baylisascarisin) which you, kids & others can be infected & there's not a cure. Your pets from cats, dogs, horses Ect..may be infected. The worm is transferred thru the Fecal matter. When they defecate on your porch or in the feed for horses, sheep Ect. You can also be fined for feeding wildlife. Please Stop Feeding raccoons or other wildlife for yours & others health. Oh, if you have cat food or grain please store it in a tight lid container. Goodluck!

Coos County Oregon 1 day ago

squirrels in the attic

I live in an up stairs apartment with an attic in Lake Oswego. Squirrels are in the attic gnawing on the wood. I told the owner and they sent out a pest control company that caught four large squirrels in their traps. The problem is the squirrels are getting in through a roof vent which the squirrels have destroyed to get into the attic. The owner is aware of this problem but has not fixed the vent which is also leaking rain water into my laundry room thus the squirrel problem continues. This unhealthy and serious problem has been going on for quite some time now. It looks like mold where the rain water is leaking in my ceiling. What can I do? Is there a test I can get for mold? Also what can I do to get the owner to fix the leaking vent caused by the squirrels? Gary

Washington County Oregon 6 months ago

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 4

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 4

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Multnomah County Oregon 7 months ago

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 3

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 3

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Multnomah County Oregon 7 months ago

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 2

I'm curious what is causing these holes photo 2

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Multnomah County Oregon 7 months ago

I'm curious what is causing the holes here in my floors. more photos to come!...

I'm curious what is causing the holes here in my floors. more photos to come! photo 1

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Multnomah County Oregon 7 months ago

pioneer species

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hi, i am always reading nature magazines and online articles. recently i came across "pioneer species" of plants. i know there are also trees that fall into this category, but that can wait.
do these plants complement each other or compete? that is, has anybody tilled an acre then seeded only pioneer plants albeit a variety? what happens when they mature? would this patch be able to expand into the grassland or forest surrounding it? or would it just disperse itself into them?
if there was a newly erupted island and it was seeded with them, what sort of ecology would it create? do you have any photos of one of these heath and raspberry landscapes?
also, do dandelions fall into this category? they seem to be able to sprout in the smallest concrete crack. thanks, BA
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Klamath County Oregon botany ecology natural resources 8 months ago

Anyone need Seed Garlic?

We are a farm that was established three years ago in Warren, OR. We have been growing garlic and all the ingredients for our farm direct business. We have about 40-50 pounds of Inchellium Red and Polish White Seed garlic to sell. We are wondering if you might know of any farmers looking for good seed garlic. We are not yet certified organic but we never use any pesticides or chemicals. To see reviews of our garlic please see: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FruxFarm?ref=search_shop_redirect. For orders over 5 pounds we will be happy to deliver to the Portland Metro Area. Please email us at fruxfarm@gmail.com with any inquiries.

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Columbia County Oregon 9 months ago

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