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    The fall webworm is a common pest of trees and shrubs. This insect produces unsightly webs, and repeated infestations can damage plants. Control methods are most successful when one understands...
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    ...all, and the plants will grow slowly or become stunted. If the salinity concentration is high enough, the plants will wilt and die, no matter how much they are watered....
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    Correct identification of aquatic vegetation is critical to its management. This palm-sized flip deck features photographs and line drawings of 61 aquatic plants commonly found in Texas. Nonnative plants, which...
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    Fasciation is a rare phenomenon in more than 100 plants, including roses. It does no lasting harm and some plants are highly prized for the unique characteristics fasciation causes. This...
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    A comprehensive resource for anyone who wants to know how to find and grow time-honored and passed-along plants or who wants to create and nurture a heritage garden. Includes an...
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    Sooty mold is a coating of dark brown to black fungal growth that makes plants look like they are covered with soot, hence the name. The fungus grows in honeydew,...
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    ...Plants can reach 3 feet in height and width, and the flower, if allowed to bloom, can be 7 inches in diameter. This factsheet instructs gardeners on the care of...
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    Plant Answers is an archive of questions and answers related to plants and gardening organized by topic.
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    ...plants grown in the traditional Native American vegetable technique call the Three Sisters. The other two plants in the Three Sisters are beans and squash, and each had its role...
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    Woody plants are vital to most Texas rangelands. However, if left uncontrolled, they can interfere with livestock and wildlife. This Brush Busters publication discusses how to control various types of...