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The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry confirmed the presence of Sudden Oak Death, also referred to as SOD, in plants that passed through an Oklahoma nursery, Park Hill Plants, earlier this year.

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This time of year, two common leaf-spot disease appear on tomato plants. Septoria leaf-spot and early blight. Brown spots on the leaves characterize both diseases. It is important to figure out which disease you have, so you can treat them accordingly.

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It is sad to see a beautiful tree planted where it will someday create a maintenance nightmare.

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Do you have tomatoes with a sunken, brown leathery patch on the bottom of the fruit? If so, then you probably have blossom end rot. Blossom end rot is not a disease; it is a condition that is caused by a lack of calcium in the soil. In Kansas, this is not necessarily the case, because Kansas…

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The summer is dominated by tomato questions. Two are blossom end rot and spider mites: Blossom end rot is a sign that calcium is not regularly delivered to the growth of the fruit. Regular watering, without long dry spells, helps with the even growth of fruit. To avoid the spread of disease …

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