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Aspen Trees

Are your aspen trees struggling? Aspen trees are prone to many problems because of their soft bark. Use this guide to determine if your aspen tree has a common, treatable problem. Skip to a section: Iron chlorosis Sunscald Leaf spot Cytospora canker Powdery mildew Aspen borer Oyster shell scale Leaves Turning Yellow Too Soon? Iron

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Is your lawn looking yellow in spots—even though you water diligently? It could be yellow for a number of reasons: Lawn grubs Lawn fungi Watering issues Compact soil Animal urine Nitrogen fertilizer overload Nutrient deficiency Mowing problems Dry weather 1. Lawn Grubs Your yellow lawn culprit could be a type of lawn grub! Any pest

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Have you struggled to grow a flower garden in the past? Are you sick of pulling weeds in your flowerbed? In this post, you’ll learn tips for a healthy garden and find a solution to your weed-pulling woes. The following tips are helpful for anyone planning to grow a flower garden this year: Pick the

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Does your lawn look more like a weed patch than a lawn these days? Are you ready to give it a fresh start? Maybe you’re sick of staring at the field of weeds on the side of your house, or perhaps your flowerbeds need some help. The solution? Professional weed control. The type of weed

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Have you ever bitten into a worm in your apple or had a poor harvest because of diseases affecting your tree? Fruit trees in Utah suffer from a variety of problems. You’ll learn how to identify and prevent some of the most common fruit tree problems in this post: Cherry fruit fly Codling moth Shot

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Necrotic Ring Spot Fungus

Most people look forward to what springtime brings: sunshine, flowers, etc. Lawn care, on the other hand, might be a source of stress and frustration this spring—especially if your lawn develops a nasty disease over the winter. Some lawn diseases you’re probably seeing right now in Utah include snow molds, necrotic ring, and ascochyta. You’ll

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Utah lawns can be difficult to manage, and many people have questions about how to care for their lawn come springtime. Start your lawn’s year off right by checking out our answers to these questions: When should I start watering my lawn in spring, and how much should I water it? When should I start

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Does your lawn have crabgrass? Or does it have tall fescue? Perhaps you have quack grass or orchard grass in your lawn. Maybe you think all the weeds in your lawn look like crabgrass. Two Categories of Weed Grasses: Perennial and Annual Weed grasses can be grouped into two categories: annuals and perennials. Annual weeds

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Necrotic Ring Spot Fungus

Necrotic ring spot fungus is a serious lawn disease that is spreading across Utah. Necrotic ring can develop in cool, wet weather, but the symptoms are more apparent in hot, dry weather. Identifying Necrotic Ring The disease looks like irregularly shaped rings of brown dying grass, but the center of the ring appears to be

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