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COTTON STEM CANKER, WET WEATHER BLIGHT, OR ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT
... COTTON STEM CANKER, WET WEATHER BLIGHT, OR ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT Cotton Stem Canker, Wet Weather Blight, or Ascochyta Blight Cotton Disease Information Note No. 2 Steve Koenning, Plant Pathology Extension ... the disease cycle ends. Wet weather in combination with cool temperatures (night temperatures below 60 F) can result in infection of the main stem at a node. If cool wet weather persists, the stem ...
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Culinary Herb Gardens - Starting an Herb Garden
... to the house, so you do not neglect to gather the herbs for cooking during wet weather. Whenever possible, grow each type of herb in a separate pocket. You can actually divide ...
culinaryherbguide.com

Flowering Dogwood
... more. Plants installed during the cooler months may need less frequent irrigation, depending on the weather. One week after planting, gently dig a small hole just outside of the root ball ... blight attack fading bracts, especially during wet weather. Infected flower parts fall on the leaves spreading the infection. Leaf scorch occurs during hot, dry, windy weather and it looks like a disease. Scorch ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... fruit trees grow. Douglas firs in Western Oregon stressed from wet weather Have you noticed Douglas fir trees turning reddish-brown and ... suffering from azalea leaf gall. How to control apple scab Wet weather in April and May builds potential for apple scab, a ... so lyrical right now. Wet weather fosters cherry and stone fruit tree cankers Our prolonged wet, cool spring weather is likely to bring on ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... , horticulturist with the Oregon State University Extension Service. How to control apple scab Wet weather in April and May builds potential for apple scab, a fungal disease of apples ... and blackberries, including marionberries, boysenberries and loganberries. Wet weather fosters cherry and stone fruit tree cankers Our prolonged wet, cool spring weather is likely to bring on canker disease problems ...
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Cutting Back from windblown damage question - Clematis Forum - GardenWeb
... along the North East Coast and Inland we've had some unusual warm and very wet weather this Fall Season. Two weeks ago a storm front came through with 50 mph winds ... few feet) of growth without doing any possible damage (?) or should I wait 'til colder weather sets in? I usually wait 'til Spring to do any cutting back. Thanks in advance ...
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Which Are You Disappointed With? - Growing Tomatoes Forum - GardenWeb
... with individual taste preferences, which are genetically determined in our chromosomes. Weather, soil, seed source, way of growing, amendments, and so many ... weather we've had for two years here in Okie. The year before last, it was too wet and too cool all summer. The weather ... picking now is cracked which I assume is due to the wet weather. Trucker's Favorite (TF) performed about as well as ML. I ...
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Alpines from seed
... best sown during the winter and left open to the weather. Calochortus, Crocus, Erythronium, Fritillaria, Iris, Narcissus and Tulipa to name ... re lucky) are essential, outside wherever possible but protected from extreme wet weather. They hate being under glass and soon reach for the ... grit. The pots are left outside exposed to all the weather patience is required as they will not germinate until the ...
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The Gardener's Net : Arborvitae Trees
... common plant problems are molds and mildew, often caused in cool, damp weather. Drowning of roots can also occur in wet weather. Cankers and sun scorch are also an occasional problem. A favorite ...
gardenersnet.com

Cankerworms Slowed by Cold Weather
... Weather GardenLine | Common Saskatchewan Pests | Cankerworms Slowed by Cold Weather Carl Lynn Cankerworm infestation is lower than last year (1991). Cool spring weather had slowed down cankerworm hatching and decreased feeding damage. Cool, wet weather ...
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