The fungus completes part of its life cycle on the cedar and junipers and part on the mayhaw.
Fire Blight is a bacterial disease caused by Erwinia amylovora.It infects plants in the pome fruit subgroup of the rose family.
Bagworms are aptly named for the bag the larva make of silk and bits of twigs or leaves interwoven to disguise and strengthen the case.
Not all flowering plants produce pollen that may cause allergies.
The basic components of composting are location, plant materials, water, soil from your yard and some nitrogen.
Louisiana Super Plants for Fall 2013.
Early blight is one of the most common diseases of tomatoes in Louisiana. This article provides tips to help manage the disease.
Questions have been raised through the years about cross-pollination. County Agent Keith Collins provides information on this subject.
Richland Parish County Agent, Keith Collins, provides tips about the proper care and maintenance of freshly cut Christmas trees.
Living ground covers are defined as plants used to cover areas of the landscape. They generally have a creeping or prostrate growth habit and grow no taller than two feet.
"Leaves of three, let it be" is the old saying regarding poison ivy, a tall vine that climbs tree trunks, wood fences, or other flat surfaces.
Dark brown or black blotches on the bottom of tomato fruit is a sure sign of blossom-end rot.
Products are available that can help manage the problem fire ants pose and will allow for normal outdoor activities.
Suggestions for choosing herbicides for winter weeds in lawns.
The Bradford Pear tree is an ornamental that can suffer from a bacterial disease infection known as fire blight. County Agent Keith Collins, provides information to assist homeowners in saving their trees.
Tips on protecting indoor plants from cold weather damage when exposed to microclimates indoors.
Tips on selecting and caring for Poinsettias so that they stay healthy and colorful throughout the holiday season.