Category Archives: Pest Control

Fernbush Propagation, Seeds, Pruning, Care

Fernbush is also known by its scientific name Chamaebatiaria millefolium. It is the most valuable plant in the Southwest. The lengthy blooming season starts in mid-June and usually lasts until August. Fernbush has foliate buds, which give it the impression of being a perennial tree in the winter. The water requirement of these plants is very little once… Read More »

Wood nettle vs Stinging nettle Identification, Benefits, Recipes

Stinging and Wood nettles are mostly found in the backyards and woods. Both are delicious and healthy plants having certain nutritious benefits. Wood nettle is native to Eastern and Central North America while Stinging nettle is mostly found in Pacific Northwest. In American culture, stinging nettles occupy a more prominent position, although “prominent” is an exaggeration, as the… Read More »

Shredded Redwood Mulch Pros and Cons

Redwood mulch is a natural, enduring material that both professional gardeners and homeowners love for creating attractive garden settings and flower beds. Mulch is a fantastic choice for most landscapers because of its organic texture and soothing aroma. The organic type of mulch in which the soil is covered with the shredded redwood bark is known as the shredded… Read More »

Penncross Bentgrass Identifications, Seed, Uses, Maintenance

Pencross Bentgrass is known since 1955 by the scientific name “Agrostis stolonifera”. It comes from a family of Poaceae. Penncross is creeping bentgrass that Penn State University introduced. Penncross’ vitality and damage tolerance have made it the most extensively utilized creeping bentgrass in the golf industry.  Penncross has a dark green turf that has good heat and cold… Read More »

Bumblefoot in Birds Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Prevention

Bumblefoot, also known as pododermatitis, has become a prevalent ailment in companion and aviary birds. Any inflammatory or degenerative disorder of the avian foot is referred to as pododermatitis. Pododermatitis can affect any species of birds, but it is especially severe in birds of prey, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, swans, waders, and seabirds, as well as canaries, finches,… Read More »