Rainy Weather Brings on Powdery Mildew in Oklahoma

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With the rainy, humid, and cool weather we’ve been experiencing this May in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, fungus diseases both in turf and ornamentals are out in full force. Powdery Mildew is one disease that is host-specific to shrubs, flowers, trees, and some vegetables in the vegetable garden. Common susceptible plants are azalea, crabapple, sprirea,… Read more »

Pruning Deciduous Shrubs

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Homeowners are eager to get out and do something in the landscape this time of year, especially when the weather is as nice as it’s been. One chore that can be taken care of during March is pruning certain shrubs and trees. Remember, not all shrubs need to be pruned, and certain shrubs that bloom… Read more »