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Asiatic Lilies Blooming Like Crazy in NE Ohio

As I was driving around, I kept seeing out of the corner of my eyes some brilliant flashes of color in various landscapes.  I kept wondering what I was seeing so I had to stop and identify what was creating those brilliant flashes.  I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the intense colors were plantings of Asiatic lilies.  The colors were so vivid and so diverse that it was almost impossible to walk by them and not notice them!

 

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Erik Draper

Boxwood Leafminer 2020 Prediction

Boxwood leafminer activity is already very evident on their namesake host in southwest Ohio. This does not bode well for 2020. As the midge fly leaf mining activity further delaminates the upper and lower leaf surfaces, symptoms may become apparent by the end of this season. They will certainly intensify next spring.
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Joe Boggs

Planthoppers Abound

Flatid planthoppers (family Flatidae, order Hemiptera) are relatively small insects with the adults measuring no more than around 1/4" in length. The adults and immatures (nymphs) look nothing alike which can lead to identification issues with connecting one to the other.
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Joe Boggs

Turfgrass Times, 06.28.2019

Here is your link to the weekly video update (recorded on 06.28.2019) from the OSU Turfgrass Team. Updates are from Dr. David Shetlar, aka The Bug Doc; Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Dr. Pamela Sherratt (virtual); Joe Rimelspach; and Michael O'Keeffe this week.
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Amy Stone