Lawn, Gardening & Pests News
Oak shothole leafminer has caused significant damage to oak trees in several counties in West Virginia this summer. It also has been reported to be in a few other states, including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Oak shothole leafminer is an insect that belongs to the order Diptera and is native to the United States. However, its biology and damage to oak trees have not been widely studied.
Melons have long been favored for their sweetness and ease of growing with their cultivation having been documented as far back as ancient Egypt.