July 28, 2010
Mid to late summer is the time to harvest, replant, and wait in the home vegetable garden.
There are several species of hawk moths that feed on nectar from deep throated flowers in the fall of the year. Because these large, stout-bodied moth behave in a manner similar to hummingbird
Summer patch is a moderately common turfgrass disease of Kentucky bluegrass, annual bluegrass and fine fescues. Reports and samples of summer patch disease from Kentucky bluegrass lawns in Ames and Des Moines have been received over the past few weeks.
The following are highlights and updates about samples and questions recently received in the Clinic: