Plant Disease

Find tips, techniques and ideas on maintaining your lawn and garden.

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16 Common Garden Pests

16 Common Garden Pests

You can identify pest damage in one of two ways: You see the insect or the damage it causes. Use chemical sprays only as a last resort...

plant disease Ideas

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Buds That Fail to Open

What does it mean when rose buds turn brown and don't open?

Q and A: Failing Phlox

Follow these tips on what to do about spotty and moldy phlox.

Q and A: Juniper Dieback

Twig blight can cause some dieback in junipers.

Q&A: Black Foliage and Buds on Peonies

Learn how to limit plant disease to keep your flowers from wilting.

Q&A: Limp Aloe

Learn how to keep aloe plants healthy, and possibly save a diseased aloe.

Dogwoods Bred Tough

Dogwoods Bred Tough

Dogwoods found in forests are eye-catching, but should probably not be placed in the backyard.

Reading Pesticide Labels

Reading Pesticide Labels

Learn why it's important to read the chemical label prior to pesticide use.

Avoiding String-Trimmer Damage on Trees

Avoiding String-Trimmer Damage on Trees

String trimmers can seriously damage trees. Here's how to trim around your trees safely.

Diagnosing an Unhealthy Pine Tree

Diagnosing an Unhealthy Pine Tree

Master gardener Paul James is taking a look at Allison's not-so-healthy pine tree in an effort to revive it.


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