About 65 percent of Georgia is experiencing some level of abnormally dry weather or drought, and there are no
Fresh tomatoes, fresh okra and heirloom field peas — who doesn't love a farmers market?
As of this week, 2016 has entered the top 10 in terms of years with the most consecutive days…
With the summer heat and sporadic rainfall, conditions are right for farm ponds to become inundated with
Published in Georgia Gardening
Drooping shrubs and brown lawns come with the territory during Georgia summers. While there's not much that
Published in Georgia Gardening
A lack of rain and cooler weather this summer means more calls for University of Georgia peanut entomologist
Published in Georgia Gardening
Buckwheat adds nitrogen to garden plots, produces beautiful flowers and delicious pancakes. An unusually
Published in Georgia Gardening
Georgia lawns are looking parched thanks to drought conditions statewide, but the lack of rain has also opened
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