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How To Get Rid Of Spider Mites
Insect & Disease Issues
How to Identify and Treat Spider Mites
Spider mites are not picky about what they eat, so they can quickly spread. In this post you will learn what visible damage is caused by spider mites, how to get rid of spider mites, and how to prevent them.
Fall Checklist
Insect & Disease Issues
Identifying Common Fall Tree Insects (Pests)
Davey identifies the signs and symptoms of common Fall pests.
Oak Leaf Blister
Leaf & Needle Problems
What Are These Bumps on My Oak Tree Leaves?
Why are there bumps or round balls on oak tree leaves? Are these growths on oak leaves because of oak leaf gall or oak leaf blister? Learn what to do.
Cedar Stock
Plant Health Care
How to Tell if Your Brown, Yellow or Orange Cedar Tree is Dying
Are you seeing brown, yellow or orange needles on your cedar tree? If your cedar tree’s not living up to its “evergreen” name, keep reading to find out why.
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Insect & Disease Issues
Round Up: Common Native Tree Pests & Diseases in the South
Here are signs and symptoms of common tree diseases and tree pests typically found in the south. They aren’t always easy to spot, but recognizing these classic visual cues can be a warning sign of an infested, sick tree.
Japanese Holly Tree Care
Tree Identification
Shrub Identification: Do I Have a Japanese Holly?
Japanese holly is a handsome broadleaf evergreen shrub. Maybe you already have a Japanese holly in your yard or you’re thinking about planting one. Here are some popular Japanese holly varieties and some care tips.
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Plant Health Care
Applying Dormant Oils Can Help Protect Your Trees From Parasitic Insects
Dormant oils, also known as horticultural oils, will help to keep your trees and shrubs healthy and give you a head start on insect management in the spring.
Mulch That Repels Bugs
Soil Care & Mulching
What Mulch is Best For Repelling Bugs?
What mulch is best for repelling bugs? Try cedar, melaleuca, or plastic mulch! Cedar is known to repel ants, moths, mosquitoes, and carpet beetles. Melaleuca is known to keep away termites. Plastic mulch deters aphids, thrips, and whiteflies.
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