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Where is your research coming from

They literally pulled them from my hair follicle and did a lab report that was conclusive that they do live on humans. Just not one from one follicle but from many. I not only have one species but several of them. Not only that but they are in my colon stool sample came out positive at once not twice but three times. Conclusive that they are not coming from my anus pick from inside my colon. This is Dr like you that are causing other doctors not to listen to patients not one test was done on me at first for a full year after 38 doctors I finally went to the labs and had them pull the samples themselves and do the report instead of a dermatologist or a parasite specialist looking through the microscope themself. I am now taking these reports and having them mailed to the CDC where I also been in contact and they are also doing studies regarding collombolla human infestation. And even though they found that they do infest humans they are not issuing report until they have all other questions answered due to the fact that they had denied this possibility in the past. That's just great that doesn't help the suffering that is going on right now and I do mean suffering. If you like I would love to email you I labs. And stop saying to yourself that the lad must be contaminated and all the other excuses that came up because I made sure this was done right and done several times for I had let the lab know that it was going to the CDC

King County Washington 10 months ago

How to transplant rasberries now. In June

We are remodeling our driveway and about 30 plants need to be moved about 20 feet to get out of the way this june What are the best steps to take tp minimize loss I realize we should have done it in Feb or March Second question How long can dahlua bulbs survive out of ground . They have been in garage all winter and we still have not built raised beds they ate going into. Some are trying to sprout

Washington over 1 year ago

Apple Production

A farmer has a 70 year old apple tree. What is the average number of bushels of apples can an apple tree produce? At what age does an average apple tree reach it's maximum production of apples? How long would it take for an average 10 year old tree apple tree to reach it's maximum fruit production.

King County Washington apple trees agriculture over 1 year ago

black leaf

what causes black leaf disease?

Snohomish County Washington plant disease over 3 years ago

Mushroom ID

Not so much a question as an offer to assist the CES with questions dealing with fungi. I can and am very willing to assist.

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Washington mushrooms mushroom identification over 3 years ago

My arborvitaes have become brown and appear to be dying. I think the spray...

My arborvitaes have become brown and appear to be dying. I think the spray service we use is poisoning them. For the last three years he's been spraying a pre-emergent in the late winter to combat weed growth( I live in a high desert environment). He denies the spray he uses is killing the plants. He says the plants have a bug in them. He's been saying this for two yeas. There are several homes in the area that have arborviae hedges and they look nice and green while mine are brown and sickly. I use grass clippings along the outside edge of the row. I have installed individual dripper/sprayers under each plant, water for 15 minutes twice a day. The temperature stays in the 80's and 90's. I want to fertilize, but I don't know what to use, if any. I don't want to loose them. What should I do? How far from the plants should the pre-emergant spray stop. Please respond. Thank you. William Vaughn

Grant County Washington over 4 years ago

Spraying my apple trees

The worm problem with my apple trees is getting prity bad. I tried to put off spraying insecticides for years but every apple has some sort of worm. What can I use to knock down the worm problem. I don't mind a few but it is getting out of hand. What can I do?

Are their effective organic ways to do the same thing?

Thanks

Dave
After some of research and looking over information provided I think I have my questions answered. Thank you!

Clark County Washington fruit trees apple trees over 4 years ago

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