Keeping fields clear of invasive plants is a challenge many farmers face, and those shrubby bushes invading your fields actually might be apple trees.
If you’re traversing your property for other recreational activities, take a moment to help clean up invasive species and make your land a little bit healthier.
The redbay ambrosia beetle, carrying a fungal disease damaging to avocado trees, is spreading through the U.S. while researchers aim to stop it in its tracks.
In the first National Planting Day, groups across the country commit to planting native species to encourage native wildlife and stop the spread of invasive species.
Do you have multiflora rose on your farm? We do. It grows down in the hollow near our pond. Sometimes Mom takes Uzzi and me down to to the hollow to browse, and we love nibbling multiflora rose petals.