Test Your Knowledge - 2008 Archives

The January 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Sapsucker damage
  2. Borer damage
  3. Carpenter bee damage
  4. Carpenter ant damage
  5. Beetle damage
The February 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Slime gall
  2. Citrus canker
  3. Juniper berry gall
  4. Arborvitae canker
  5. Cedar rust gall
The March 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Tea scale damage
  2. Nitrogen deficiency
  3. Yellow mottle virus
  4. Leaf sunburn
  5. Normal yellowing
The April 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Grancy gray-beard
  2. White fringetree
  3. Old-man's-beard
  4. Chionanthus virginicus
  5. All of the above
The May 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Fall webworms
  2. Spider mites
  3. Eastern tent caterpillar
  4. Bagworms
  5. Indian mealworms
The June 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Too much beer
  2. Dog vomit slime mold
  3. Stinkhorn fungus
  4. The Blob
  5. Puffball mushroom
The July 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Whitefly damage
  2. Drought injury
  3. Early blight spots
  4. Tomato spotted wilt
    virus damage
  5. Blossom end rot
The August 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Yellow jacket
  2. European hornet
  3. Cicada killer wasp
  4. Carpenter bee
  5. Baldfaced hornet
The September 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Eastern tent caterpillar
  2. Fall webworm
  3. Red-headed azalea caterpillar
  4. Tobacco hornworm
  5. Armyworm
The October 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Southern pine beetle
  2. Fall needle drop
  3. Pine needle rust
  4. Needle cast
  5. Pine-oak gall rust
The November 2008 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Woolly aphids
  2. Mealybugs
  3. Treehopper
  4. Cottony scale
  5. Hemlock woolly adelgid
Image depicts a Test Your Knowledge unknown.
  1. Black wart
  2. Borer gall
  3. Bacterial gall
  4. Black knot
  5. Borer canker

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