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Native Plants for Georgia Part I: Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines
Conversion Tables, Formulas and Suggested Guidelines for Horticultural Use
Annual Bluegrass Control in Residential Turfgrass
Landscape Plants for Georgia
Cane Blight of Blackberry
Cane blight can be a major disease of blackberry in the Southeast, resulting in severe losses. The wet, humid conditions observed in Georgia and other southeastern states allow for significant losses following pruning or other injuries to the primocane. Published on Apr 30, 2017.
Orange Felt (Orange Cane Blotch) of Blackberry
The orange felt (also known as orange cane blotch) disease of blackberry is prevalent in the south. Where ideal environmental conditions occur, this disease may girdle canes or exacerbate other cane diseases, causing subsequent decline and death. Published on Apr 30, 2017.
Canola Production in Georgia
Growing canola profitably takes planning and good
management. All aspects of production from seed selection to harvest to marketing must be taken into account if the grower is to make a profit with this crop. Land preparation, fertility management, weed and other pest control, and timely harvest and marketing are all components of a good canola production package. Before you grow canola, dedicate yourself to make “best management practices” a part of your production system. Published on Apr 30, 2017.
Grain and Soybean Drying on Georgia Farms
Drying is one of the oldest methods of preserving food and feedstock. It is simply the removal of moisture from a product, usually by forcing dry air through the material. This publication provides in-depth instruction on how to dry grain and soybeans. Published on Apr 30, 2017.