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Sep 26, 2015
Pumpkins are a staple of fall-time cuisine and festivities. Whether canned, dried or pickled, there are some important tips to keep in mind when preserving this holiday favorite. Due to natural acidit
Aug 21, 2015
UGA students develop award-winning, bread-free breakfast sandwich University of Georgia food science students have been awarded first place by the DuPont Company for their creation of a new breakfast
May 19, 2015
Georgia's wet spring has left plenty of breeding ground for nuisance mosquitos. It's that time of year again. As the warm weather returns, so do the dreaded mosquitos. While entomologists don't think
Apr 17, 2015
There is a possibility that even with good intentions, "rescuing" an animal can sometimes cause more harm than good. This is often the case when people come in contact with seemingly "orphaned" young
Apr 17, 2015
Add this to the list of things that Georgians already knew. Collards are good for us, and go with just about anything. More and more chefs across the country are choosing Georgia's beloved collards on
Mar 27, 2015
Growing herbs can be grown in the summer and dried for use in the winter University of Georgia horticulturist Bodie Pennisi doesn't just study herbs in her research garden in Griffin, Ga. She also gro
Mar 27, 2015
Start garden plants from seed to save money, add variety Growing plants from seed can save gardeners money and vastly increase the varieties that can be grown in a backyard garden. Gardeners can grow
Feb 6, 2015
UGA climatologist predicts more active tropical season in 2015 Tropical storms may cause havoc for coastal homeowners, but the rainfall they bring recharges the water balance and keeps soil moist in t
Nov 23, 2014
Landscape plants get plenty of attention during the summer, but they need protection during Georgia's winter months. Rather than trying to keep plants warm, gardeners should help protect plants from w
Sep 26, 2014
Successfully transplanting landscape plants takes forethought, preparation Fall and early winter are the best time to relocate large trees and shrubs. Moving established plants from one location to an
Sep 4, 2014
Plant fall vegetables now so they can mature before first frost As summer vegetables like corn and beans stop bearing, home gardeners can plant fall gardens filled with cool-season vegetables. At left
Sep 1, 2014
Summer Drought Affecting Georgia Farmers A summer drought combined with scorching temperatures have Georgia farmers feeling the heat, says University of Georgia's agricultural climatologist Pam Knox.
Jul 31, 2014
It's not too late to plant homegrown tomatoes Bob Westerfield spends his days growing vegetables and watching for problems. As University of Georgia Extension's consumer vegetable horticulturist, he a
Jun 27, 2014
Feral Hogs Eating Away at Farmers' Land and Profits Feral hogs may be prime prey for hunters, but to Georgia farmers they're the ultimate predator. They destroy farmland, eat away at a farmer's crops
Jun 27, 2014
If used inappropriately, pesticides can be lethal; always follow pesticide labels Last month, a Jefferson County woman died and her three grandchildren were sickened after a pesticide, labeled for agr

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