Post Rock Answers Horticulture Articles
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Mulching, caging, or staking keeps plants off the ground, making them less vulnerable. Better air circulation allows foliage to dry quicker than in plants allowed to sprawl. Mulching also helps prevent water from splashing and carrying disease spores to the plant.
The most common hosts for bagworms are cedar and juniper trees. However, they may also attack other evergreens, such as arborvitae, spruce, and pine.
There are several types of peas that can be plant in Kansas. Probably the most common is the shelling pea and the old standard in this group is Little Marvel.
Spring time means many plants are blooming. Don't panic if you see cedar apple rust's orange. jelly like galls on your evergreen trees.