Growing in my vegetable garden. Does not look like what my labels say suppose to be.
Those are three, closely related weeds. It is hard to say which, for sure, but they look like Euphorbia, Corchorus, and Melochia.
hi my lawn has short red stem weeds thats eating the lawn its making the gras s dry and lawn is dying what they re called and any remedy?
It looks like a species of Euphorbia. There are thousands, and pinning this one down will be difficult.
The fact that it is having difficulty growing, even though it is highly invasive, tells me that you have a very bad infection in your lawn. Perhaps it remains too wet.
Unfortunately, killing your entire lawn and starting fresh is ideal. Fungicides will not, likely, help you here. Solarizing the soil will be a good start.
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18-18-18+te . What is the amount of fertilizer needed and what is amount in cc needed for each plant. how long in minutes waiti ng after water feeding to start foliar feeding.many thanks
Be sure to follow all instruction that are on the package. I would not foliar feed AND root feed, together. That will be far too much on the plant. Only do so, as needed. Generally, this is done when correcting soil nutrients is too slow, or while soil is being amended back to a proper pH, in order to facilitate the uptake of nutrients that are unavailable during this time.
Be sure to test your soil before adding nutrients, so that you do not throw off the nutrient profile of the soil. This can do more harm than good.
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I just noticed that the many new spikes on my moroccan mound have white on the tips...fungus?....
It could be! It could be the sap latex, or other things, as well. Unfortunately, your photos did not come through, so I am unable to say what the issue is.
In the meantime this article will help you to care for the plant:
String trimmer cut off all blooms and some new foliage of my euphorbia here in north Scottsdale AZ, desert southwest. Will it grow back? Plant was about 12" x 12".
Yes, the foliage should grow back, but it likely won't bloom again till next spring.
Unfortunately, diseases happen! Sometimes, no matter how proper the care routine, it can still get infected by something.
I would try and separate as many of the healthy growth and portions of stem that you can, in hopes of getting a clean sample. Using cinnamon, and other fungicides before planting can help, drastically, as well! This article is for a different type than yours, but you can use this information for all of the Euphorbias:
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We have a 29 year old cactus. We had to cut it back in June 2020 from about 7 feet to about 5 feet to fit in the car when we moved. We also had to cut back large sections. Over the last year it appears to have gone into shock or dormancy. We have tons of light but it hasn’t grown at all. It also hasn’t died. Is there anything we can do to help it start growing again?
Likely, it has run out of room for the roots. A larger container with fresh cactus soil will likely get it started back up.