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Pecan Field Day

Field day caters to pecan growers in southern corner of the state.

Author: Published 08/14/2014
Gardeners' enemy

Little worms takes down squash plants from the inside.

Author: Published 07/31/2014
Beetle Damage

Japanese beetles are back in full force and munching on plants across the state.

Author: Published 07/10/2014
Pesticide Precautions

Pesticide label instruction protect homeowners, families and the environment

Author: Published 06/26/2014
Sparks Retires

After leading the organization for seven years, director of University of Georgia Extension Beverly Sparks retiring

Author: Published 06/26/2014
Pollinator Protection

More flowers, fewer pesticides can help preserve pollinators

Author: Published 06/19/2014
Golf Course Pollinators

Including pollinator habitat in urban landscapes is becoming necessary to help protect native species

Author: Published 06/18/2014
Wildflower Planting

Like other plants, wildflowers need care, too.

Author: Published 06/18/2014
Fig Pest

Toothpick-like spines are sign of ambrosia beetle attack.

Author: Published 06/12/2014
Termite Behavior

Wood-eating insect's traits are key to controlling it.

Author: Published 06/05/2014

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