Desert Horticulture

Verticillium Wilt in Desert Willow, Improving Soil Mixes, and Managing Palo Verde versus Crepe Myrtle

January 17, 2020 Bob Morris Season 2 Episode 3
Desert Horticulture
Verticillium Wilt in Desert Willow, Improving Soil Mixes, and Managing Palo Verde versus Crepe Myrtle
Chapters
00:00:25
Verticillium wilt on desert willow
00:04:22
Amendmets to add to s soil mix
00:13:55
Desert Museum Palo Verde vs crape myrtle
Desert Horticulture
Verticillium Wilt in Desert Willow, Improving Soil Mixes, and Managing Palo Verde versus Crepe Myrtle
Jan 17, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
Bob Morris

This episode of Desert Horticulture examines the possibility that verticillium wilt could be responsible for live die back in Desert Willow. The second question asks about soil amendments added to soil mixes such as Rock Dust, vermiculite or perlite. What are the reasons for adding them and why not? The third question compares Desert Museum Palo Verde with crepe myrtle and how they differ when managing them in the landscape and why. All this and more on this episode of Desert Horticulture.

Support the show (https://xtremehorticulture.blogspot.com/)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

This episode of Desert Horticulture examines the possibility that verticillium wilt could be responsible for live die back in Desert Willow. The second question asks about soil amendments added to soil mixes such as Rock Dust, vermiculite or perlite. What are the reasons for adding them and why not? The third question compares Desert Museum Palo Verde with crepe myrtle and how they differ when managing them in the landscape and why. All this and more on this episode of Desert Horticulture.

Support the show (https://xtremehorticulture.blogspot.com/)

Verticillium wilt on desert willow
Amendmets to add to s soil mix
Desert Museum Palo Verde vs crape myrtle