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Lessons From a Tree

As we wait for some more snow, I thought I would  share some traits of  TREES that can help them survive on harsh, cold days. These same traits can also help humans survive – both mentally and physically. These are … Continue reading

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Rain and Humidity – Not Good for Your Roses!

Today is a rainy day in eastern PA. Rain and humidity can lead to many different fungal problems affecting your trees and shrubs. The most common question I am getting lately is about roses. If you are experiencing problems with … Continue reading

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Rain, it’s here!

Just a short update from “the field”. We had a lot of rain this afternoon, finally. I plan on doing a post soon about drought stress and the need for a good water management plan. Mid August is an important … Continue reading

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Short Post

I just downloaded the iPhone app for WordPress. This will be a nice way to post short ‘field’ posts.

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Bagworms!!!!

If you live in our area, you have probably seen, or at least heard about, Bagworms. Over the past few years this accidentally introduced pest has caused problems to many trees and shrubs. The bagworm, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (for those that … Continue reading

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