Sustainable Landscape Workshop: September 3

Come one and all to the Sustainable Landscaping Workshop on September 3 at the Secrest Arboretum of the Ohio State University Wooster campus. Plant selection and matching to the site is the beginning and the key to landscaping success, followed by proper installation and maintenance. Come for a day of interaction, walking and talking.
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Jim Chatfield
Ann Chanon
Ohio Plant Diagnostic Workshop, September 6 chatfield.1@osu.edu Thu, 08/15/2019 - 09:50
The 86th Ohio Plant Diagnostic Workshop will be held on Friday, September 6 at OSU's Secrest Arboretum in Wooster. Join us for samples, walks and talks - and a fine lunch. From oak wilt and a discussion of beech leaf diseases, to what has the Season of 2019 wrought.
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Jim Chatfield
Turfgrass Times, 08.09.2019 stone.91@osu.edu Mon, 08/12/2019 - 22:10
Here is your link to the weekly video update (recorded on 08.09.2019) from the OSU Turfgrass Team. Updates are from Dr. David Shetlar, aka The Bug Doc; Dr. David Gardner; Dr. Ed Nangle; Dr. Pamela Sherratt; and Karl Dannenberger.
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Amy Stone

Humboldt Sestercentennial

Alexander von Humboldt is one of the most important influencers of the Modern Age, yet we know so little of him; he taught us to embrace and understand our part in Nature, not to fear or conquer Nature. This September 13-14 we will celebrate the 250th Anniversary of his birth. Come one, come all to Secrest Arboretum in Wooster, Ohio for the festivities.
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Jim Chatfield

Remontant Recurrence Again

Plant blooms are the typical focus as we progress through a growing season, but people become panicky when plants don’t perform how they normally do.  It’s the time of year that concerned citizens call in wondering whether or not their magnolias or rhododendrons are signaling they are going to die.  When asked why they think that the plants are going to die, the response is always the same, “because they are blooming again and they already bloomed this year!”

 

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Erik Draper

Unholy Sacred Lotus

There are only two species of lotus worldwide: the American Lotus (Nelumbo lutea) and the Sacred Lotus (N. nucifera) which is also called the Indian, Asian, or pink lotus. Both lotus species once belonged to the water-lily family, Nymphaeaceae, in the plant order Nymphaeales.
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Joe Boggs

Oh, What a Tangled Web …

I've long held that this is the time of the year when the adults of several common web-spinning spiders in Ohio reach their maximum population densities. I can't cite any data to support this belief. It's based entirely on observing their gossamer creations; sometimes annoyingly up-close while hiking forest trials.
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Joe Boggs