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  • UGA Extension faculty present on pesticide safety in Vietnam In the U.S., the most toxic pesticides can only be purchased and used by those who’ve undergone rigorous training. In some other countries, that’s not the case. Mickey Taylor, who coordinates Georgia’s Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) through University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, recently attended a conference in Qui Nhon, Vietnam. There, Taylor discussed best practices for implementing pesticide regulation and education programs in emerging economies.
  • Janet Hollingsworth named director of UGA Extension's Southeast District Janet Hollingsworth recently took on the new role of Southeast District director within University of Georgia Cooperative Extension. She now oversees Extension in 39 counties in southeastern Georgia and the Coastal Georgia Botanical Garden at the Historic Bamboo Farm in Savannah, Georgia.
  • Gardening resolutions lead to a healthier landscape in the new year The new year is a time for making new personal resolutions. Consider also making some resolutions to prevent problems in the garden throughout 2 007D 018. These gardening resolutions could even be easier to keep than personal resolutions like eating less and exercising more. 1116
  • Georgia students recognized for radon awareness posters As part of a contest conducted by University of Georgia Cooperative Extension’s Radon Education Program, students from across the state created posters highlighting the dangers of radon, an odorless, colorless and flavorless gas that is present in some Georgia soils.
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