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- ItemCommon Abiotic Plant Problems(University of Maryland Extension, 1997) Bosmans, RaymondAbiotic plant problems are not caused by any disease organisms or insects. They can be very difficult to diagnose because they include factors such as site conditions, weather, and cultural practices. This fact sheet deals with typical abiotic problems of woody plants, especially trees.
- ItemRecommended Vegetable Cultivars for Maryland Home Gardens(University of Maryland Extension, 1998-01) Traunfeld, JonThis publication lists cultivars of vegetable crops recommended by a survey of Maryland Master Gardeners. It includes a list of seed vendors as well.
- ItemBagworms and Their Control(University of Maryland Extension, 1999-02) Davidson, John; Raupp, Michael; Malinoski, Mary KayThyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) is a serious insect pest of many ornamental shrubs and trees in the eastern half of the United States. This publication outlines its appearance and habits, life cycle, and damage, and describes forms of mechanical, biological, and chemical control.
- ItemLawn Establishment, Renovation, and Overseeding(Maryland Cooperative Extension, 2003-03) Ricigliano, DebraA healthy lawn increases property values, controls soil erosion, filters pollution from runoff water, moderates summer ground temperatures, and adds oxygen to the air. This factsheet helps homeowners achieve the lawn they desire by covering the following topics: - the differences between lawn establishment, renovation and overseeding. - guidelines to determine if complete lawn renovation or overseeding will be required - common reasons for lawn establishment failure - maintenance and care after seeding - a month-to-month calendar of lawn care practices