So many weeds, so little time. Here are five weeds that manage to pop up in the most inconvenient places at the worst times.
The IR-4 Project has released its 2016 Ornamental Horticulture Program weed science research update.
Boxwood blight (BB) continues to spread throughout the U.S. The University of Illinois Plant Clinic recently announced its presence in Illinois.
In Cincinnati, a recent study showed that “EAB infestation was significantly and positively associated with relative increases in crime.”
It may soon be illegal to sell or distribute 33 – or more – plants deemed invasive in the State of Maine.
Beautyberry (Callicarpa) lives up to its name, bearing breathtaking clusters of jewel-toned fruit. But which is the best selection? Trials at Longwood Gardens show what the shrub’s varieties have to offer.
According to the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA), a record number of Japanese beetles have been recorded in Portland this summer
The Japanese beetle has become one of the most widespread and destructive pests of lawns and landscapes in the U.S
The Horticultural Research Institute continues to monitor, support and communicate BB research activities to the industry.
We explore humane options for protecting plants against destructive mammals, including trapping and relocation, fencing, deterrents — and natural enemies