Search results for: “Plants Trees”

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    Nutria are large, semi-aquatic rodents resembling beavers or muskrats. They eat desirable vegetation, girdle trees, and burrow into banks and dams. The biological, reproductive, and behavioral characteristics of nutria are...
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    Opossums are omnivores that can become a nuisance when they eat pet food, fruit on trees, pecans, seeds in bird feeders and garbage in trash cans. They also carry murine...
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    ...homeowners and business owners face is often clearing away the debris. These safety tips can help you avoid injury while removing trees and other debris from your property. (2 pages)...
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    This publication is an index of soil and water salinity and boron thresholds for selected trees, shrubs, turf grasses, ornamental ground covers, fruit and nut crops, vegetables, flowers, herbaceous crops,...
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    Mexican honey wasps range from Texas to Nicaragua. They are social insects that build paper nests in the canopies of trees and shrubs. This publication explains the physical and cultural...
  • Tools and Apps
    ...for plants by specific characteristics. The Earth–Kind® Plant Selector does NOT provide information concerning the potential invasiveness of landscape plants, though plants with a high Earth–Kind® index value will generally...
    bluebonnets and maroon bluebonnets in a field
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    Plants can alter their physiological functions to cope with short-term water stress, and some plants have physical characteristics that help them better tolerate drought. This publication explains how plants respond...
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    ...fit your needs for specific plants from the Manage a Plant section. Whether you choose to use a herbicide, biological control, or to remove plants manually, this site can help....
    Hand holding a water plant
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    Course Information This online course is designed for landowners and pesticide applicators who are looking for solutions related to pond algae control and treatment of floating aquatic plants, commonly known...
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    ...growing out of place. Noxious species on restorations can be native or exotic grasses, forbs (broadleaf plants), or woody plants. This publication explains how to control them early. (3 pages)...