Fall Gardening 2012Published on 09/19/2012 Gardening isn't just a spring and summer activity. Fall is the perfect time to grow winter vegetables and plant trees and shrubs. This collection of fall gardening articles written especially for Georgia gardeners and homeowners should help answer a few questions. The information and recommendations in these articles are based on research conducted at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
- Cut and spray to control tough, weedy vines like poison ivy and greenbrier Published on 08/30/2012
- Fall armyworms marching across Georgia hay fields Published on 08/30/2012
- Fall is the time to rescue that fescue Published on 08/30/2012
- Daylilies need fall attention to thrive in the spring Published on 08/30/2012
- Fall is the time to plant cover crops to boost next summer's harvest Published on 08/30/2012
- Use hedges to define property lines and create privacy Published on 08/13/2012
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