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Forest Tent Caterpillar
... is the tent caterpillars preferred host, although the caterpillars will attack a wide variety of deciduous trees and shrubs. Under high population conditions, the larvae will devour almost any green foliage ... , when the caterpillars are migrating, a collar may be placed around the base of trees requiring protection. The bacteria, Bacillus thuringiensis, Berliner var. Kurstaki, is used as an organic ...
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Physiology Of Drought In Stressed Plants
... available, with most being silver to grey-blue in colour. Deciduous Trees Manitoba maple, green ash and bur oak are all native trees, well suited to xeriscape conditions. Of the three, green ash ... excellent contrast in the landscape. When produced, the silvery olives provide winter food for birds. Deciduous Shrubs An array of drought-tolerant shrubs are native to the Prairie region and well ...
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Worms, Webs and Wriggles
... and Wriggles INSECT PESTS OF DECIDUOUS TREES AND SHRUBS - By Sara Williams The last few weeks have brought with it warm temperatures coupled with severe insect infestations in trees and shrubs in some parts of the province. Among the more noticeable pests on deciduous trees and shrubs have been aphids, spider mites, ...
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Espalier
... There are only a few situations where a horticulturist recommends pruning trees into forms other than their natural shape. One of these ... for pollination. Grasses, evergreens and many of our most common deciduous trees rely upon the wind. In general, the less noticeable the ... the name "cottonwood" has long been associated with these trees. Near some female trees, there can be a near blizzard of white ...
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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... Needles Like deciduous trees, conifers can be identified by their "leaves." The "leaves" of conifers are of course their needles. On pine trees, the ... unlike the pendulous cones of most spruce trees. In fir trees, the scales on the cones are deciduous; that is, in the autumn, the ... the bark. In general the bark of pine trees is smooth on young trees but develops a flaky, reddish-brown colour with ...
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Moving and Transplanting Trees and Shrubs
... to 4 weeks after deciduous trees have opened their leaves, providing that the newly planted trees receive adequate water. Digging the root ball: When you want to dig up a tree or shrub for transplanting, retain as much of the root system as possible. Deciduous trees that are only 3-4 years old may be moved with their roots bare. Older deciduous trees ...
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Transplanting Trees
... Trees Transplanting Trees GardenLine | Trees and Shrubs | Transplanting Trees Brian Baldwin Homeowners periodically need to transplant trees within the yard. Often a ... and deciduous trees taller than 2 m can present a serious challenge if they are to be hand-dug. Substantially larger trees ... lost through the leaves, the obvious time to move a deciduous tree is when the leaves are gone. On the Prairies ...
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Preparing Trees and Shrubs for Winter
... pine and spruce trees, can produce a dramatic needle shed. Some needle shed is normal with all evergreens, but dry conditions cause an increase in needle shed. Deciduous trees can be affected ... to dry conditions than deciduous trees, which lose their leaves. It is therefore especially important to water evergreens well before winter. A Recommended Watering Method All trees should be well watered ...
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Delayed Winter Injury Appearing
... on trees in the past thirty years. While the damage on evergreens had become very conspicuous by late winter, many deciduous trees only began to show signs of winter damage with the arrival of hot weather. A wide array of trees are ... breeding programs that generated most of our prairie-hardy fruit trees. None of the excellent large-fruited apples grown in commercial ...
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Winter Injury
... trees and shrubs. Especially affected were apple, crabapple, mountain ash and cotoneaster. The Hort Info Service (formerly Garden Line) at the University of Saskatchewan received many hundreds of calls complaining about deciduous trees ...
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