Test Your Knowledge - 2009 Archives

The January 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. A crazy quilt
  2. Elm mosaic
  3. Chinese elm bark
  4. Bark rust
  5. Orange cork split
The February 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Buckshot injury
  2. Natural nut drain holes
  3. Pecan black hole disease
  4. Pecan weevil larva & exit holes in nuts
  5. Borer damage
The March 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz
  1. Cambium ooze
  2. Toothpicks in trunk
  3. Silly string disease
  4. Frass strands from granulate ambrosia beetle
  5. Bark exfoliation
The April 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Dandelions
  2. Fairy ring
  3. English daisies
  4. Stone garden
  5. Landscape design
The May 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Tropical hibiscus
  2. Cotton flower
  3. Okra flower
  4. Confederate rose
  5. Hollyhock
The June 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Formosan termite damage
  2. Subterranean termite damage
  3. Carpenter ant damage
  4. Carpenter bee damage
  5. Woodpecker damage
The July 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Tomato hornworm
  2. Cabbageworm
  3. Pyramidal fruitworm
  4. Parsleyworm
  5. Tobacco hornworm
The August 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Fall webworm
  2. Oleander caterpillar
  3. Red-headed azalea caterpillar
  4. Saddleback caterpillar
  5. Tobacco hornworm
The September 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Scab
  2. Brown spot
  3. Anthracnose
  4. Shuck dieback
  5. Downy spot
The October 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Cabbage looper
  2. Cabbage webworm
  3. Imported cabbageworm
  4. Cross-striped cabbageworm
  5. Sandworm
The November 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. White star flower
  2. Common chickweed
  3. Wild garlic chives
  4. Virginia buttonweed
  5. Star of Bethlehem
The December 2009 archived Test Your Knowledge quiz unknown
  1. Sugar apple
  2. Martian brain
  3. Osage orange
  4. Custard apple
  5. Unripe grapefruit

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