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Includes Missouri Botanical Garden, Shaw Nature Reserve and Butterfly House.
How to diagnose EAB with decision tree for whether or not to treat your Ash tree.
University of Missouri Intergrated Pest Management (IPM) publicataion about the invasive Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys.
University of Missouri Integrated Pest Management (IPM) advice for Rose Rosette Disease.
Missouri Botanical Garden recommendations on identification and treatment of Rose Rosette disease.
A new insect pest in the St. Louis area both indoors and out.
Missouri Botanical Garden Advice about Growing Fruits and Vegetables
Defining organic gardening.
Recommended Vegetable Garden Insect Pests Control Methods
How to reach the Horticulture Answer Service, Kemper Center Plant Doctors and tons of web resources at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Search Missouri Botanical Garden's plant database by common name, scientific name or a host of features.
Detailed information and photos cover a host of garden topics: Missouri Natives, Problem Diagnosis, Gardening How To's and much more.
Recycle your pots into lumber, retaining walls and other products. Collection sites all over the area.
Browse for gardening ideas, interesting plant topics and news about what St. Louis Master Gardeners are doing.
How to plant, prune, care after storms and tips on choosing trees.
Why and how to collect your soil sample and have it tested by UM Extension.
Links to Missouri University information sheets on gardening topics; plus topics of seasonal interest and calendar of lawn and garden events.
Common invasive plants in Missouri with how and why to eradicate them.
Native alternatives to plant to replace Bush Honeysuckle.
What to plant in place of common invasive plants.
Native plant database, suggested designs, and more.
Personal advice on attracting wildlife, conserving stormwater and more for a nominal fee.
Also, detailed information on common pesticides.
Problem diagnoses guides from Missouri Botanical Garden. Includes plants, tree, shrubs, fruits and vegetables, and lawn.
Publications on pests and diseases, including one with an overview of Integrated Pest Management.
Madison, Monroe and St. Clair County Master Naturalists
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