CO-Horts

CO-Horts

Monday, August 18, 2014

Things that make you stop and say "Huh!"

Posted by: Tony Koski, CSU Turfgrass Specialist

As seen on the CSU Campus...What is causing the pine needles to stand upright in the soil? Any guesses?


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  1. It can only mean one thing... The students have returned to campus...

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  2. Some mammal or insect was trying to pull them into a nest? There is disturbed soil around them.

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  4. It was nightcrawlers. Good job Sally! Wouldn't it be fun to put out a camera to see this in action?

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