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Posted on February 12th, 2016 in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Oak Leaf

Photo credit: Gerald Fox

In the February In The Grow Q&A column, Extension Consumer Horticulture Specialist B. Rosie Lerner handles two interesting questions. A white oak tree mysteriously losing half of its leaves and a persistent weed called “mare’s tail” are causes for concern this month, and Lerner presents an explanation to both problems as well as supplementary resources to assist with them. Check out the new In The Grow Q&A column to learn more!

Resources:
Question and Answer: Many possible reasons for early loss of white oak leaves – Purdue Extension In the Grow
Glyphosate, Weeds, and Crops: Biology and Management of Horseweed – The Education Store, Purdue Extension Resource Center
White Oak – The Education Store
Purdue Plant & Pest Diagnostic Laboratory – Purdue Extension
Keep an Eye on Urban Trees Dying From Weather Stress – Got Nature?

B. Rosie Lerner, Extension Consumer Horticulture Specialist
Purdue University Department of Horticulture & Landscape Architecture


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