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Q: I have dogs that have urinated on the lawn throughout the summer and I have patches all over the yard now? What lawn applications can I use without poisoning the pets?
A: The patches left by dog urine are probably dead, and the soil still may have a concentration of salts from the urine. Water the spots well, allow them to drain for a couple of days, and rake out the dead grass. Rake in some compost and apply grass seed.
Q: I pruned back my landscape gardener planted poinsettia four weeks ago. If I prune I again, will it affect its bloom at the end of the year?
A: Poinsettias are usually planted in the landscape garden can reach several feet in height and can get somewhat leggy. In order to achieve a more compact plant, it is common practice to prune back new growth every four to six weeks. Remove the top 3 to 4 inches of new growth, cutting just above a set of leaves. Continue this until late August, but no later than Sept. 10. New growth after the last pinch should reach a length of 8-10 inches. With the proper light and weather conditions, flower buds should start to appear in early October. Cut back on the pruning schedule if you prefer a taller plant.
Q: Do you have any suggestions on how to get rid of Skunk Vine?
Skunk vine is indeed a stinker - both in terms of its smell when crushed and in how to control it. It’s identified by its rounded to heart-shaped leaves with pointed tips as well as the unpleasant odor emitted from crushed leaves. Its flowers are small, grayish pink to lilac with red centers. Reaching 30 feet and more, it can engulf native vegetation. The weight of its vines can cause branch breakage. Constant pruning of the roots is an option, but you also might need some type of chemical control.