This article demonstrates how to get rid of ants using a liquid ant bait. The correct liquid ant bait can be an effective ant killer, even for the invasive Argentine ant. Killing ants with liquid ant bait applied outdoors can not only avoid an ant infestation in the house but also help to reduce the spread of Huanglongbing, a deadly citrus disease.
This article demonstrates organic ant control for citrus trees using tree tanglefoot, a natural ant repellent for fruit trees. Because nectar-loving ants such as the Argentine ant farm nectar-producing insects such as the Asian citrus psyllid, controlling ants on citrus trees is an important measure to reduce the spread of Huanglongbing, a deadly citrus disease spread by citrus psyllids.
This step-by-step grafting guide shows a double-tongued side graft useful for grafting fruit trees. This grafting technique gives a very high success rate and is useful for top working trees with small diameter stocks. It is also useful for grafting early in the season when the bark is not slipping and a bark graft is not feasible.
This guide to growing citrus from cuttings shows how to root and graft a citrus tree in one step.
Success in rooting citrus trees from cuttings requires the proper temperature, humidity, light levels, and rooting hormone. This guide shows how to grow citrus from cuttings with a good success rate at home without a greenhouse and without accidentally bringing a deadly citrus disease into your yard.