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Category: Gardening

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Question: We have patches of a weird growth on our St. Augustine lawn that seemed to have appeared overnight. The growth is bluish-black in color and can be easily rubbed off leaf blades. What is it and what should we do about it?Answer:

GARDENING

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On May 22, 2018

Plant of the Month: Natal Plum Over the past few days, I received several calls regarding the identification of a shrub-like plant that is growing along the Seawall on Galveston Island. The impetus fo

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