Category: Horticulture

Hey, ho, io!

io caterpillars on a hedge

They can be fairly hard to spot if you’re zipping through the landscape at 8 mph on a golf cart, but it is also hard to ignore 50 feet of a defoliating hibiscus hedge as a result of the… Read More

EVENT: Limited commercial landscape maintenance seminar and exam

urban landscape setting

All commercial landscape professionals who apply pesticides (including Roundup), are required to take a six-hour training class to obtain a Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance (LCLM) license. This certification allows you to apply ‘Caution’-labeled pesticides to ornamental plants and… Read More

CLASS: Limited commercial “Roundup” license seminar and exam

If you do landscape maintenance for hire, on private or commercial properties, and wish to apply pesticides (including Roundup), this six-hour training class is required to obtain the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance (LCLM) license (commonly called the “Roundup… Read More

I spy… whitefly!

When is a scale insect not a scale insect? When it’s actually the juvenile stage of a whitefly. That is what some of the local landscapers found out while scouting for pests. The pupal cases of both Tetraleurodes (e.g., mulberry whitefly)… Read More