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Perfect for diseases

Rainy weather has gardeners fighting diseases in their melons and squash.

Author: Published 07/31/2013
Fungicide resistance

UGA plant pathologist Katherine Stevenson studies diseases like gummy stem blight

Author: Published 07/10/2013
Coolong to start July 1

Vegetables booming industry in Georgia

Author: Published 06/27/2013
Late Season Tomatoes

Not too late for late season tomatoes

Author: Published 06/24/2013
Herbicide Transfer

Curling leaves and twisted stems are signs that there may be secret herbicides in the your garden plot

Author: Published 06/24/2013
Organic Twilight Tour

Second annual Organic Twilight Tour to feature demonstrations on high tunnels, apple varieties, cool season vegetables and micro-irrigation

Author: Published 06/13/2013
Trial Gardens Open House

Trial Garden founder and prolific author Allan Armitage retiring from “his” garden this summer

Author: Published 06/13/2013
Kudzu bugs

Kudzu bugs may swarm in your yard, but they won't stay there.

Author: Published 05/30/2013
Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl

Options for managing virus proposed

Author: Published 05/16/2013
Mulch veggie plants

Extra time it takes to add mulch will save you watering time.

Author: Published 05/13/2013

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