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Agriculture & Natural Resources

Clinch County is home to a host of agricultural commodities including blueberry, timber, honeybees, and row crop production. Our Agriculture and Natural Resources programs provide research-based information, educational programming and resources to homeowners and commercial clientele in the areas of landscape maintenance, pest control, wildlife control, vegetable and fruit production, annuals, perennials, gold medal winners, trees, shrubs, turf-grass and alternative agriculture production. We also connect the citizens of Clinch County with certified arborist in the county.

 


Own a commercial farm?

We are the source of unbiased, research-based information for commercial farmers. We would be love to come out and take a look at your operation! We can help with topics like:

  • Developing a budget and forecasting prices
  • Choosing the right varieties to plant
  • Stopping the insects and diseases destroying your crops

You'll find on this page our most frequently requested publications. Call us if you want to know more!


Submit a question to our ANR Agent!
 
 
Extension Publications
Take-All Root Rot of Warm-Season Grasses (C 1102) Take-all root rot (TARR) has emerged as a destructive disease in central, south and coastal Georgia. TARR affects all warm-season turfgrasses in Georgia, but it is more common and severe in St. Augustinegrass (Stenotaphrum secundatum). This publication contains important information on the biology of the causal agent, detailed descriptions of the disease symptoms (aided by high-quality, detailed pictures), relevant up-to-date information on conditions favoring the disease, and cultural, genetic and chemical methods of control. This publication is intended for turfgrass professionals, consultants, county faculty, homeowners, and general public.
Enfermedad “Mal del Pie” en Céspedes de Clima Cálido: Identificación y Control (C 1102-SP) El mal del pie es una enfermedad destrcutiva en la region central, sur y costera de Georgia. EL mal del pie afecta todos los cespedes de clima calido en Georgia pero es mas severo en el cesped San Agustin (Stenotaphrum secundatum). La publicacion contiene informacion importante en la biologia del gente causal, descripcion detallada de los sintomas de la enfermedad (con fotografias de alta definicion), informacion relevante y reciente en las condiciones que favorecen la enfermedad, asi como los metodos de control cultural, genetico y quimico. Esta publicacion es dirigida a profesionales, consultores, agentes de extension y publico en general
Georgia Pest Management Handbook — Home and Garden Edition (SB 48) The Georgia Pest Management Handbook gives current information on selection, application and safe use of pest control chemicals. The handbook has recommendations for pest control on farms, around homes, urban areas, recreational areas, and other environments in which pests may occur. Cultural, biological, physical, and other types of control are recommended where appropriate.
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