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Week of July 13, 2020
  • To determine if houseplants are watered adequately, check root zone soil.
  • Use drip irrigation, mulch, wider spacing and proper fertilization to reduce disease.
  • Dormancy is a natural adaptation of turf grass to survive heat and drought stresses. Fertilizing dormant lawns will encourage weeds.
  • Early blight and septoria leaf spots are the most common tomato leaf diseases. Click here for more information.
  • Leave alone a tomato hornworm with white cocoons on its back. The cocoons belong to a parasitic wasp which will kill the hornworm.

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