Root suckers, or root sprouts, are a tree's natural response to wounding or stress. Therefore, the best way to
June was much warmer than normal, expanding drought across parts of the state and causing heat damage to some
In addition to low prices, controlling nematodes is top priority for Georgia cotton farmers. But with one
University of Georgia Associate Dean for Cooperative Extension Laura Perry Johnson announced this week that Mike
Pipe insulators, check. Fishing weights, check. PVC pipe, check. That's all it took for about 50 fourth- and
More than 200 people gathered June 24 for a groundbreaking ceremony that brought new turfgrass research and
A pecan blog is helping University of Georgia Cooperative Extension horticulture specialist Lenny Wells reach
Georgia 4-H students from across the state met at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia, June 26-28 to
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