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Four Towers - It's not just the view that's changed at this East Campus building. Constructed in 1940, the "old dairy barn" now serves as home to the UGA Visitors Center, CAES student activity center and more.
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Basic beekeeping class

Basic beekeeping class
A beginner’s beekeeping class will be presented at the UGA Extension Office in Morgan County on August 7. Topics will include how to get started, basic beekeeping equipment and assembly, colony site selection, where to get bees, whether to choose colonies or package bees and how to manage honeybee colony diseases and pests.

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Yellow bud disease

Yellow bud disease
Yellow bud (Allium Cepa) turns onion leaves yellow, similar to a ripe banana. The plant either dies or loses the yellow color in the leaves and greens back up. While the plant looks healthy, the damage has already been done.

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