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Reminder – Producer Meetings Next Week Posted by wtyson on Sep 7, 2018 Please refer to flyer below for details pertaining to Producer Meetings being held next week. The meeting in Statesboro will be held on September 11 from 9:00 – 10:30 am.
UGA and FSA Producer Meetings – September 11 at 9:00 am Posted by wtyson on Sep 5, 2018 UGA Ag Econ (Dr. Adam N. Rabinowitz and Dr. Yangxuan Liu) will be holding joint producer meetings with Farm Service Agency (FSA) focused on the following topics: Generic Base Conversion: The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 authorizes seed cotton as a covered commodity for the 2018 crop year.  Owners of...
Reminder – Peanut Meeting Tomorrow – August 17 Posted by wtyson on Aug 15, 2018 Peanut Shade Tree Meeting Friday, August 17, 2018 – 10:00 am Cromley Farms   There will be a Peanut Shade Tree Meeting on Friday, August 17, 2018 at 10:00 am. The meeting will be held at Cromley Farms (Lee and Charley) which is located at 9714 Brooklet-Denmark Road, Brooklet, GA 30415....
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Horticulture Blog
Time to plant the fall garden Posted by cknight on Aug 30, 2018 It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over and it’s time to start thinking about fall.  It is time to start planting many of our favorite cool-season vegetable crops: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, collards, lettuce, mustard, onions, radishes, spinach and turnips. Refer to the Vegetable Planting Chart for recommended...
Fall webworms Posted by cknight on Aug 28, 2018 On my commute into the office this morning, I couldn’t help but notice how the fog and sunshine made the webby nests in all the trees glisten.  Those webs, which cause homeowners much grief, are caused by the fall webworm.  These builders of web houses are often confused with bagworms...
Best heat tolerant plants for Georgia gardeners Posted by srb00536 on Jun 19, 2018 Written by: Savannah Brannen Bulloch County Extension Intern With summer temperatures rising, gardeners should be on the lookout for flowering plants that can withstand the hardy conditions of heat, drought, and full sun without being too much work for the owner. These five plant species are gardeners’ favorites for their...
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