Latest Issue Hawaii Landscape Magazine

Here is the latest issue of Hawaii Landscape Magazine  Ready to download to read on your iPad, Lap Top or Computer. Hawaii Landscape is mailed to 5,000 addressees every two months. If you are not receiving the magazine by post, send us an email. It is a free publication. If you want to submit an article go to story submittal. ...

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Latest Issue Hawaii Landscape Magazine

Here is the latest issue of Hawaii Landscape Magazine ready for download to read on your iPad, Lap Top or Computer. Hawaii Landscape is mailed to 5,000 addresses every two months. If you are not receiving the magazine by post, send us an email. It is a free publication. If you want to submit an article go to Story Submittal. ...

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Latest Issue Hawaii Landscape Magazine

Here is the latest issue of the Hawaii Landscape magazine ready for download to read on your iPad, Lap Top or Computer. Hawaii Landscape is mailed to 5,000 addresses every two months. If you are not receiving the magazine by post, send us an email. It is a free publication. If you want to submit an article go to story submittal. ...

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Hawaiiscape Webinar Series

“Bringing the voice of the Green Industry to you” LICH educational webinar series that expands on topics in the Hawaii Landscape Magazine. Upcoming  LICH Webinar Please join LICH for the upcoming LICH webinar on December 14th, 3-4 pm via Zoom. This webinar features three presenters. Dr. Art Medeiros will discuss native species in Hawaii, restoration ecology, the Auwahi project, and the role of Hawai’i’s green industry. Dr. Orville Baldos will expand on his personal experience navigating the rules and regulations surrounding the collecting and selling of Hawaiian native plants. The Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle Response Team will update viewers on the spread and management of CRB in Hawaii. CEU’s  Up to 1/2 RUP CEU’s, 1 LICT CEU, and 1 ISA CEU available   This webinar features three presenters. Dr. Art Medeiros will discuss native species in Hawaii, restoration ecology, the Auwahi project, and the role of Hawai’i’s green industry. Dr. Orville Baldos will expand on his personal experience navigating the rules and regulations surrounding the collecting and selling of Hawaiian native plants. The Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle Response Team will... ...

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Are There Ants in Your Plants?

October is Stop the Ant Month! (Photo: Little Fire Ants (LFA) infestation under a nursery weed mat. Credit: Matt Sandrich/Hawaii Ant Lab) Native to South America, Little Fire Ants (LFA; Wasmannia auropunctata) were first detected in the Puna District of Hawai‘i Island in 1999. Since then, these tiny ants have been moved around hidden in plants, produce, and even things like vehicles and equipment from infested areas.  They continue to be intercepted in interisland cargo by agriculture inspectors, and crews continue to find and work to eradicate any new infestations on Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, and in Maui County. On Hawai‘i Island, LFA are established in many urban and non-urban areas, so communities are learning how to prevent, detect, and control the ant populations on their property and in their neighborhoods. Little fire ant queens remain in nests that are protected and fed by workers. These nests can be on the ground, in leaf litter, in plants, and even up in trees and in our homes. LFA may be tiny, but their stings are painful... ...

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