We're in the heat of summer now, but I'm sure you remember the last couple of winters we have had. If you live in the country, you especially know what a cold winter wind buffeting the house feels like. What if you could insulate yourself somewhat from ole man winter? Perhaps now is just the time to begin considering, or planning to install, a windbreak this fall.
Join the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture for a free webinar on July 1st focused on reviewing the fundamental drivers of crop prices and updated management recommendations in light of shifting crop conditions.
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According to leaf samples I've observed so far this year, and calls from people describing similar symptoms, some landscape trees appear to be suffering from an early season fungal disease often noticed in a wet, cool spring like the one we've had. The disease is called anthracnose.