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Green QUIZ TNLA

According to the article Will Texas Solve the Water Challenge, what percentage of the state is in some level of drought? 1. 1 2% 2. 3 % 3. 60% 4. 72%

According to the article Will Texas Solve the Water Challenge, which percentage of water recovery rate will exist after the pipeline is completed? 1. 1 2% 2. 1 3% 3. 60% 4. 72%

According to the article Beautyberry Again! CMBS in Kansas and South Carolina, How do you tell CMBS from crepe myrtle aphids just by looking at the sooty mold infestation? 1. O n a crepe myrtle the growing tips are on the outside of the canopy, so honeydew secreted by aphids often drops to leaves, where sooty mold will grow. 2. O n an American beautyberry, the growing tips are on the outside of the canopy, so honeydew secreted by aphids often drops to leaves, where sooty mold will grow. 3. Aphids do not impact crepe myrtles. 4. Aphids do not impact CMBS.

According to the article Protect Citrus; Know the Enemies, citrus has been reported to contribute roughly _____________ to Texas’ economy. 1. $4.6 million 2. $46 million 3. $460 million 4. None of the above

According to the article Protect Citrus; Know the Enemies, like aphids, mealybugs, and whiteflies, psyllids are sucking insect pests that produce honeydew, resulting in the growth of sooty mold on the infested plant. 1. True 2. False

According to the article Protect Citrus; Know the Enemies, Huanglongbing is which of the following?

1. Citrus canker disease 2. Another name for the Asian citrus psyllid 3. Citrus greening disease 4. All of the above

According to the article Layering the Ground With Native Alternatives, which of the following is the matrix not made up of? 1. Structural 2. Functional 3. Seasonal 4. Ground cover layers

According to the article Layering the Ground With Native Alternatives, grasses are always a good choice for the ground cover layer. 1. True 2. False

According to the article Layering the Ground With Native Alternatives, which of the following plants has a great potential for the shade? 1. Little bluestem (Schyzachyrium scoparium) 2. Purple lovegrass (Eragrostis spectabilis) 3. Gayfeather (Liatris spp.) 4. Rosette grass (Dicanthlium spp.)

According to the article Layering the Ground With Native Alternatives, what is the one issue with native creeping eryngo (Erygium prostratum)? 1. It does not take the sun well. 2. It does not take constant moisture well. 3. It will dry out quickly. 4. None of the above

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