Monthly Archives: August 2014

Citrus Fruit Disfigurement – Are They Safe To Eat?

Unsightly Fruit and Vegetables Disfigurement of fruit is caused by temperature, nourishment, fungus and water supply. Even though the fruit may appear unsightly, there is no danger when you consume the fruit. The French supermarket chain Intermarch√© has even gone to the lengths to make shoppers see the inner beauty in scarred, disfigured, or otherwise… Read more »

Florida Dooryard Citrus – Protect Your Plants from Huanglongbing (Citrus Greening)

Treatment for the Asian Citrus Psyllio Insect Huanglongbing (citrus greening) is a bacteria spread by the saliva of an insect called the Asian Citrus Psyllio. This disease can also be known as yellow dragon disease and is one of the most dangerous citrus plant diseases in the world. Treatment for your dooryard citrus will require… Read more »

Prevent Rodent Infestations this Fall in Michigan

Cold Weather Brings Unwanted House Guests Rodents, such as mice, infest about 21 million homes each year when cold weather forces these pests to seek refuge. A few reasons this happens is your home provides heat and shelter in the colder temperatures and food sources become scarce outdoors for them to feed on. This again… Read more »