Texmaster Goats Origin, Characteristics, Care

In 1995, the Tennessee Meat Goats and Boer goats were crossed in the United States to produce the new composite breed known as the TexMaster Meat Goat. According to the Onion Creek Ranch, which was responsible for developing and registering the breed as a trademark. The Tennessee Meat Goat and the Boer goat have been crossed numerous times… Read More »

Pipevine Plant Growing, Care, Zone, Problems

This perennial plant is known as pipevine, Dutchman’s pipe, previously known as Aristolochia durior possesses large, heart-shaped leaves and looks like wild ginger. Aristolochia macrophylla is its scientific name, and it belongs to the birthwort family. It is sometimes referred to as green pipevine and green Dutchman’s pipe.  The pipevine is an eastern North American deciduous woody vine.… Read More »

Sierran Treefrog Care, Eggs, Diet

The Sierran Treefrog is a species of tiny frog that is mostly found in Western Montana in regions that provide the appropriate environment. The species can be extremely common in some places but is frequently heard but not seen. Only via genetic analysis, it is possible to differentiate this species from its close relative, the Pacific Tree Frog. … Read More »

Russet Mites Damage, Eggs, Treatment

Hemp and russet mites are two of the pests that growers face nowadays that are particularly destructive and challenging to eradicate. A great number of species are host-specific and favor monocultural growth environments.  Russet mites are difficult to see and reproduce quickly, but they lack the distinct webbing that distinguishes them from spider mites. They are mites from… Read More »

Tuskegee Crape Myrtle Growth Rate, Size, Height, Problems, Care

Crape myrtle or Lagerstroemia is a genus of approximately 50 species of evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees native to the Indian subcontinent, Northern Australia, Southeast Asia or other parts of Oceania. This species is cultivated in warmer climates all over the globe. These beautiful flowering plants serve both commercially and privately for ornamental purposes.  Tuskegee crape myrtle… Read More »