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 What are aphids? Sap-sucking insects Soft-bodied insects  Known as “plant lice” Pear-shaped insects Less than 1/8” in size Feed in large groups Light green in color, most commonly Reproduce quickly Have two short tubes that protrude for the hind ends...
Here is a spring pruning guide that is presented by The Old Farmer's Almanac. This will provide information on how and when to prune all trees and shrubs. WHAT WHEN HOW Apple Early spring Prune moderately. Keep tree open with main branches well...
These pesky insects are common in North America and can attack plants, both inside and outside. They are relatives of spiders and are a reddish-brown or a pale color with a small, oval shaped body. They are usually found in...
All plants go dormant during the winter and are still in this sleeping state once spring comes around. Dormant oil can help control insects by killing exposed insects and suffocating any overwintering eggs. This oil can be used on anything...
 What is scale? Scale is a type of insect pest that usually hides in evergreen or deciduous trees. They are mostly found on leaves, twigs, branches or trunks of trees. They are very small insects and are easy to go...
With the warm season upon us, right now is the ideal time to implement a well established maintenance program for your fruit trees.  Let’s take a look at some necessary steps to ensure that your fruit trees are producing their best...
During this time of the year frigid temperature and snowy days abound. That being said, it is easy to see why yard care slips most homeowner's minds. Although the weather can be nasty at times, you may be surprised to...
There have been a number of wind storms in our service areas resulting in tree damage for many home owners. High winds can be dangerous to many tree types resulting in broken tops and twisted limbs. Unfortunately when dealing with...
There are few things in life that are more annoying than spending a whole day washing your car only to walk out the next morning and find small sticky spots dripping from a tree branch. This sticky substance is actually...