Tiny Eriophyes tiliae, an eriophyid mite, is a picky little critter that – as its specific name implies – makes itself known on linden (or basswood) trees.
Reports of Lymantria dispar caterpillars (gypsy moth) are emerging across the eastern part of the U.S. as spring springs forth and temperatures rise.
Early in May, reports of a disease worse than Lyme disease began to emerge: The Powassan virus (POW), which has been around for a long time, has begun to mutate, and its effects on human health are devastating.
An Agricultural Research Service (ARS) horticulturist is exploring an alternative method for controlling weeds in greenhouse propagation systems by using steam or hot water to kill weed seeds.
No better source than the Horticultural Research Institute’s Journal of Environmental Horticulture. Just released from the JEH: Weeds are arguably the most common pest problem …
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.