Garden Detective

November 28, 2014 4:00 PM

Apricot trees bear headaches for these gardeners

Why does one apricot tree look sick but still produce fruit while another looks healthy and has no crop?

Related content

Comments

 

Videos

More Videos

Firefighters battling largest wildfire in Southern California now must deal with 'purple wind' 1:31

Firefighters battling largest wildfire in Southern California now must deal with "purple wind"

Here's what you want to have ready to go in case of evacuation 1:00

Here's what you want to have ready to go in case of evacuation

Fire rages along the 405 in L.A. as gridlock ensues 0:35

Fire rages along the 405 in L.A. as gridlock ensues

Dramatic images of the fire burning near Ventura 1:15

Dramatic images of the fire burning near Ventura

‘We Watched Our House Burn.’ Losing It All in California’s Fires. 2:56

‘We Watched Our House Burn.’ Losing It All in California’s Fires.

Fires force evacuations in 3 California counties 0:14

Fires force evacuations in 3 California counties

Digging through the ashes near Coffey Park 1:24

Digging through the ashes near Coffey Park

Watch state and federal fire debris removal in action in Santa Rosa 3:16

Watch state and federal fire debris removal in action in Santa Rosa

49ers: Three players with most on the line as season nears its end 1:32

49ers: Three players with most on the line as season nears its end

Entertaining sheriff's video has serious message: How not to let Grinch ruin your holiday 1:16

Entertaining sheriff's video has serious message: How not to let Grinch ruin your holiday

  • Dramatic, close-up footage of Southern California wildfire battle

    Southern California's largest and most destructive wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday, December 10, 2017. Crews with help from water-dropping aircraft saved several homes as unpredictable gusts sent the blaze churning deeper into foothill areas northwest of Los Angeles. New evacuations were ordered in Carpinteria, a seaside city in Santa Barbara County that has been under fire threat for days.