Test Your Knowledge - 2007 Archives

A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Paper tree bark
  2. Bark lice damage
  3. Dogwood bark
  4. River birch bark
  5. Tulip tree bark
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. A hat rack
  2. Deer antler tree
  3. Lawn sculpture
  4. Perfect pruning
  5. Crape murder
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Reindeer moss
  2. Liverworts
  3. Bark tumors
  4. Lichens
  5. Horsetail
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Thatch prevention
  2. Lawn clippings
  3. Dog vomit fungus
  4. Gopher hole
  5. Fire ant mound
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Female flower
  2. Male flower
  3. Both male & female
  4. Neither
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Tent caterpillar
  2. Bagworm
  3. Spider web
  4. Fall webworm
  5. Spider mite web
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Honey bees
  2. Aphids
  3. Barklice
  4. Bed bugs
  5. Yellow jackets
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Rose hip
  2. Apple gall
  3. Crown berry
  4. Euonymus fruit
  5. Gardenia fruit
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Zucchini
  2. Cucumber
  3. Luffa sponge
  4. Kudzu leaves
  5. Bottle gourd
A 2007 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Virginia creeper
  2. Box elder
  3. Trumpet vine
  4. Poison ivy
  5. Golden ivy
   

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