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kathy crowley

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Tropical plants in Florida, Bamboo, Vines, Fruit trees, Antique Roses, rare plants from around the world.

Dr Stephen Vann

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Plant Diseases and Disorders of Lawn Grasses, Trees, Vegetables,and Ornamentals

Melissa Johnston

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Plant diseases, landscaping, tropical plants, roses, herbs, plant care, grafting, horticulture, plant identification, anything about plants I can likely answer.

Jim Hyland

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30 years experiance in the ID and management of forest diseases and ID of landscape tree diseases.

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2016-09-01 Trouble with Spruces:

This maybe the problem http://homeguides.sfgate.com/weeping-spruce-blight-35963.html  I would water once a week and water with two gals Do this If it does not rain that week. This will take care of the

2016-08-26 Madagascar palm:

Dear Sean, That is a very impressive pachypodium or Madagascar palm.  I was very surprised to see the hole near the top, but it is actually not too uncommon.  This happens a lot with extremely spiky plants

2016-08-25 root damage:

Dear Vivek, For the clay soil areas, the only real solution will be to drain the water away from the trees by a series of small trenches.  The trenches or canals will drain the water away from the area

2016-08-18 Splitting Bark on ornamental Maple:

Robert:    Your photos represent damage done to the bark.  These splits may be mechanical or weather related. On thin barked trees such as many maples, frost/heat cracks can develope as a result of weather

2016-08-10 Autumn Blaze Maple help:

Looks like it needs water. Young trees have not put down deep roots and need water especially during dry hot weather. I would water twice a week with 1 incjh of water. Place a pan under the tree and turn

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