The crape myrtle is a popular woody ornamental. Its deep green foliage and bright-colored blooms last throughout the summer and its interestingly textured trunk accents the landscape in winter. Despite its usual hardiness, some leaves may turn grayish-white in the spring and fall--often a sign of powdery mildew. This publication covers the symptoms, cause, and control of powdery mildew on crape myrtles. (2 Pages)
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This online course covers the types of butterflies in Texas and how to attract them. Homeowners or garden enthusiasts will learn to invite new fluttery friends to the neighborhood.
Do you know how to apply IPM principles to your school garden as required by Texas state law? After this course, learners will know how IPM principles apply to school gardens, differentiate between harmful and beneficial insects, and more. District School IPM Coordinators can use this module as part of their education plan.
Prepare to take the Private Pesticide Applicator Exam administered by the Texas Department of Agriculture with this course designed for pesticide applicators in Texas. Private pesticide applicators use or supervise the use of restricted-use or state-limited-use pesticides or herbicides to produce an agricultural commodity.
Do you know what to do if you have a bat encounter in your building? Bats are a high-risk animal group for transmitting rabies. Participants will learn the principles behind preventing or excluding colony establishment within buildings.