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Tree tenders is a training program that empowers concerned residents to make dramatic strides towards restoring and caring for their local tree canopy.
Winter workshops for commercial fruit growers have been scheduled for nine locations throughout the Commonwealth. Program highlights include: Fungicide Resistance Management Strategies for Apple Scab, Powdery Mildew and Brown Rot; The Impact of BMSB Management on IPM Systems in Fruit Orchards; Managing Perennial and Other Hard-to-Control Weeds in New and Established Pome and Stone Fruit Orchards; Adjusting Orchard Practices to Climate Changes; and Pesticide Applicator Training.
This is a great tool to use when monitoring for any turf or landscape pests.
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) burst onto the scene in 2010, causing catastrophic damage in most mid-Atlantic states.
Help and advice on taking out the damaged trees on your property
Compared to trees, grasses and weeds, members of the daisy family such as sunflowers and goldenrod aren't significant causes of hayfever.
Unlike other Extension programs, where an educator stands in front of a class and lectures, participants got their hands dirty, sort of, and tried their best to make a blog, set up a Facebook page and speak the lingo of a “Tweet.”
Grass not growing right? Something chewing on your garden plants? The Schuylkill County Horticulture Helpline is here to help!