Getting calls from panicked customers about black spots on maple leaves? You’re probably not alone, because now is the time when people start to notice maple tar spot. Every summer we get questions about black spots on maple leaves that look like tar. These spots are not actually “tar” on maple, but are rather a[Read More…]
On July 17th, at the Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis, the Natural Resources Commission passed the preliminary adoption of the Terrestrial Plant Rule (TPR) (https://www.in.gov/nrc/files/lsa18316_proposed.pdf). This rule restricts the sale, distribution, and transport of 44 invasive plants, which were determined invasive based on scientific literature by the Indiana Invasive Species Council’s subcommittee, the Invasive[Read More…]
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