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 »

Blue Elderberry Plant Habitat, Seeds, Medicinal Uses, Poison

Elderberry usually grows throughout much of Europe and North America. It can be used for food, medicine, and a variety of other purposes. Some people dislike the flavor of fresh fruit, yet it makes delicious jams, preserves, and pies when cooked. The family name of this plant is Sambucus nigra ssp. cerulea.  This tree is 9 feet tall and has clusters of… Read More »

Valentine Emu Bush Size, Care, Poison, Zone

The emu bush, which is native to Australia’s semi-arid and dry regions, got its name from an incorrect idea that its fruits were being greedily consumed by the big flightless emu bird. Although this was later proven to be false, the name was kept. Valentine Emu Bush is a lush evergreen shrub that blooms in late winter and… Read More »