Euphorbia: A dangerous ally

Euphorbia: A dangerous ally

Euphorbia Euphorbia are beautiful and dangerous.  If you understand them, they can be an asset to your garden.  If you don’t, you may find yourself in some major pain.   The enemy of my enemy is my friend: Pocket gophers ...

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Peach Leaf Curl: A complete treatment plan

Peach Leaf Curl: A complete treatment plan

Peach Leaf Curl (Taphrina deformans)   Big Picture: To prevent the damaging effects of peach leaf curl, you need to spray the branches or your tree before the buds open up. For many, this means spraying in the early spring. ...

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It’s time to thin developing peach fruit

It’s time to thin developing peach fruit

Peach trees are notorious over producers. Meaning that they produce more fruit per branch then they can support.  Florida Prince Peach trees (photos) are no exception. Not thinning peach tree fruit can lead to several problems: The weight of excessive fruit can and ...

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