2015 Fall GardeningPublished on 09/24/2015 This collection of articles was written specifically with Georgia gardeners in mind. Whether you plant a fall vegetable garden or add new shrubs and trees to your landscape, we hope you find this research-based information from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension helpful.
- Plan your garden with food safety in mind Published on 09/24/2015
- Tiny flies around fruit and vegetables are most likely fruit flies Published on 09/24/2015
- Fall is the best time to add new trees to the landscape Published on 09/24/2015
- UGA hosts 2015 Ornamental Horticulture Field Day on Oct. 2 in Watkinsville Published on 09/24/2015
- Extinguish spring fire ants by treating this fall Published on 09/24/2015
- Kale a viable option for Georgia's fall gardeners Published on 09/24/2015
- Following proper guidelines is key for safe pumpkin preserves Published on 09/24/2015
- Wildflowers compete for attention in the fall Published on 09/23/2015
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