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Hummingbird moths

Moth sightings now can mean hungry caterpillars next summer.

Author: Published 09/11/2012
Tick control

Keeping grass cut, wearing long pants can help cut down on tick attacks.

Author: Published 08/30/2012
West Nile virus outbreaks

Some mosquitoes thrive despite dry conditions.

Author: Published 08/22/2012
Detering tomato spotted wilt virus

No thrips, no problem? Not exactly.

Author: Published 08/20/2012
Beekeeping 101

Griffin event will include an array of topics, including beekeeping.

Author: Published 08/16/2012
Bed bugs from school

Bed bugs can hitch a ride to school in children's backpacks.

Author: Published 08/03/2012
Field Day showcases the very latest in seeds, technology and UGA brainpower

UGA at Sunbelt Ag Expo Field Day

Author: Published 07/18/2012
Turfgrass field day

University of Georgia turf researchers will share their knowledge and findings.

Author: Published 07/17/2012
Spider mites

A good rainfall in Georgia would quench thirsty plants and wash away spider mites.

Author: Published 07/02/2012
UGA researcher embarks on new study of cowpea curculio

The early bird may get the worm, but the curculio always gets the cowpeas.

Author: Published 06/28/2012

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