Every year about the middle of April, depending on the temperature in southern Arizona, eggs begin to hatch on mesquite trees and small, strange, blue bugs appear in large numbers. People don't notice these tiny insects until sometime in May, when they appear as inch-long, red- and white-banded insects with antennae that have an enlarged segment toward the tip. These odd-looking beasts are giant mesquite bug nymphs, Thasus neocalifornicus.
Ground squirrels can be real pests in any garden, but there are some things that you can do to protect yourself and your favorite plants from damage. I last submitted this article back in 2012 but there may be some who might have missed this information. In addition, I have added a few more things that I have seen recently that seem to be working well.
You never know what you will find when you read the paper! Last Sunday was a small article in Ag Glance announcing a citrus and date seminar for the following Tuesday. As I like to keep up with what is happening in the agriculture industry, I attended and learned about a serious problem in Yuma County that I was really unaware of.
The recent rains, although unusual for June, could mean an early onset of hot weather weeds in lawns, gravel yards and alleys. Now may be a good time to consider an application of a pre-emergent weed killer to help keep them under control.
As we add years to our lives, many find that it is harder and harder to get down and stay down on their knees for the time it takes to keep a garden fresh and healthy. One way to overcome the challenges of age is to convert our gardens to raised beds.
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