|Title||Arledge, Patricia M.|
If you are seeing large brown spots in the lawn with very little grass left sod webworms are the culprit.They are caterpillars that like to feed on grass blades
I have had reports of large areas in lawns that were turning brown just prior to the flood but I did not get to see them before the flood.
In the midst of flood clean up I could see Knock Out Roses starting a new bloom cycle.
Wow! It is the only word that I can think of to describe the flooding devastation I seen. Mountains of people's possessions line the street.
When growing plants, whether farming or gardening, you are always at the mercy of the weather. Needless to say, this year is no exception.
Monthly newsletter to the members of the Livingston Volunteers for Family & Community highlighting club programs and upcoming events.
Two of the most important spring time management practices for the lawn are fertilization and weed control.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture