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  • Prune azaleas after flowering

    Q. Our azaleas have grown tall and wide. When can they be pruned back? A. Pruning can be done at any time of the year, but you probably should wait until after flowering to enjoy the late-winter through early-spring blooms. Azaleas have formed their...
  • Grubs damaging your lawn?

    Grubs damaging your lawn?
    After experiencing the warmest winter ever, many of us are experiencing major lawn grub problems. Japanese beetles, European chafer beetles, and June beetles appeared early, laid eggs early, and hatched new grubs that are doing major damage to non-...
  • Virginia offering free pesticide disposal program

    Virginia offering free pesticide disposal program
    Unwanted insecticides and pesticides saved from spring or summer are not safe to be thrown out with the garbage. Virginia Cooperative Extension in Pittsylvania County is hosting a pesticide program to show you how to safely dispose of the chemicals, free...
  • Hot weather tips for pets

    Hot weather tips for pets
    We all love spending the long, sunny days of summer outdoors with our furry companions, but being overeager in hot weather can spell danger, warn ASPCA experts. "Even the healthiest pets can suffer from dehydration, heat stroke and sunburn if...
  • In ash tree killer, shades of a past blight

    In ash tree killer, shades of a past blight
    SOUTH BEND -- Aware that a 90-year-old American elm on the South Quad had, for some time, been dying, the University of Notre Dame, on Aug. 2, 1955, had Henry Moore, a South Bend tree surgeon, remove the 80-foot giant. Later that same week, the city of...
  • Activists grill producers of modified corn

    Activists grill producers of modified corn
    As the Midwest crunches into sweet corn season, a new type will be appearing on grocery store shelves — even though shoppers have no way to recognize it. It's genetically modified sweet corn from the biotech giant Monsanto, engineered to resist a...
  • No immediate aerial insecticide spraying for Dallas County

    No immediate aerial insecticide spraying for Dallas County
    With 130 reported cases and nine confirmed deaths in North Texas so far this summer, Dallas County Commissioners chose to opt out of immediate aerial insecticide spraying.  This after strong recommendations by the Dallas County Medical Society. "We...
  • North Texas Poison Center ready to aid the public as West Nile virus spreads

    North Texas Poison Center ready to aid the public as West Nile virus spreads
    DALLAS – The North Texas Poison Center staff will serve as an essential resource as Dallas County begins aerial spraying of insecticide to fight this year’s deadly outbreak of West Nile virus. A call to the poison help line at 1.800.222.1222...
  • Does your lawn have grubs?

    Does your lawn have grubs?
    Were you one of many people who had birds, in particular crows tearing up your lawn last fall? Then you may have a grub problem. Instead of cursing the birds, thank them for eating all the grubs and alerting you to the problem. If you have an irrigated...
  • Native Birds Could Use A Helping Human Hand

    Native Birds Could Use A Helping Human Hand
    Spring birds are arriving in Connecticut. Eastern phoebes returned recently, and before the end of April we'll be seeing and hearing barn swallows, tree swallows and purple martins. Those four birds are among 17 species native to our state that eat only...
  • Emerald ash borer infestation spikes in McHenry County, state

     
    An infestation of emerald ash borer continues to ravage McHenry County, destroying thousands of ash trees with seemingly no end in sight. The tree-killer has …...
  • Scientists release wasps to control citrus pest

     
    UC Riverside scientists release 300 Pakistani wasps, Tamarixia radiata, in hopes that they feed on the Asian citrus psyllid currently threatening the state's citrus crops....