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Bracket Fungus kills Ash Tree by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 6:10pm   The bracket fungus on the Ash Tree, ( reported last year ), has killed so much of the tree that it was unsafe and had to be felled. There were many more bracket fungi on the tree than we had seen from the ground.  Read on »
Ash Trees. by Carol BipolarHubby Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Jun 2009 11:19pm Well, here I am, surrounded by elderly dogs that are filling my life with pee and sadness, and then....remember I told you my mom had a bad day? Well, she's had a few bad days now, and the other night I stayed in her apartment with her because she was truly very agitated. The staff at the assisted living place were sure that she had a urinary tra ... Read on »
European Ash Seed Extract (FraxiPure™) Decreases Obesity and Blood Glucose by Robert W. Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 3:21am   Previous studies have suggested that an extract of seeds from the European Ash tree ( Fraxinus excelsior ) may reduce weight gain, and may decrease the rise in blood sugar levels that accompanies meals.    A newly published laboratory study, which appears in the current issue of the journal Phytomedicine, appears to add further weight to t ... Read on »
Arbor Day: More Trees, Please by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Apr 2014 7:34pm Trees, you guys, trees are awesome. Earth Day may get a lot of press because it’s the “sexy” environmental holiday, but Arbor Day isn’t just for gardening grandmothers. Like bears, trees can lie dormant for most of the winter, but unlike bears, they won’t want to eat you when they wake up. Just three days after Earth Day, Arbor Day honors ... Read on »
Wi-Fi Makes Trees Sick, Study Says by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Nov 2010 9:35am Wi-Fi Makes Trees Sick, Study Says By René Schoemaker , IDG News Radiation from Wi-Fi networks is harmful to trees, causing significant variations in growth, as well as bleeding and fissures in the bark, according to a recent study in the Netherlands. All deciduous trees in the Western world are affected, according to the study by Wagenin ... Read on »
Mountain Ash Sorbus americana or Sorbus aucuparia Great Bird Food by Gloria Bonde Posted Tue 13 Sep 2011 11:49pm Last week Ted and I sat in the back yard and watched a parade of birds eating from the grapes and the Mountain Ash. This Mountain Ash was planted by birds. I found it and moved it here in front of the neighbors wall which encloses the south side of our back yard. I don’t know if it is the American or European variety. Spring brings sma ... Read on »
DYNAMIC GEMMOTHERAPY. Integrative Embryonic Phytotherapy. by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 5:36pm Here are a few pages of my latest book, Dynamic Gemmotherapy. If that wets your appetite you can buy it at type dynamic gemmotherapy in the search box. Happy reading and comments are welcome......... Dynamic Gemmotherapy. Integrative Embryonic Phytotherapy. Dr. Joe Rozencwajg, NMD. Copyright Dr. J. Rozencwajg, ... Read on »
Smoke and Mirrors and Ash by elizabeth Posted Sat 15 Nov 2008 12:00am We do have trees that change color here in LA. But it's the middle of November, and this is a scene outside my house this afternoon. Shorts, Crocs and scooters. And sweat. November in Los Angeles this year is hot, hot, hot. The sacrifice for pomegranates hanging heavy from trees and roses blooming in winter is this: ... Read on »
One of the Most Striking Trees in the Fall Landscape by Carolyn C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:01pm Sorbus Altinifolia I have the pleasure of frequently passing this Korean mountain ash in the parkway in our neighborhood and am always impressed by it's four seasons of interest. While it's foliage is beautiful all year , Fall brings out the best in it. The leaves haven't yet turned to yellow-orange because it hasn't been chilly eno ... Read on »
Gene Logsdon: Transplanting Tree Seedlings by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 6:00am I have a hunch that readers thought I was joking when I wrote recently about growing tree seedlings in roof gutters. The picture above proves that it works. I thought by now (late summer) the seedlings would have died for lack of water, but we’ve had regular rain so now I can transplant some of those seedlings this fall i ... Read on »