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Landscape Professionals’ Training – CEU’s Available – Nov

This training will be conducted at the Georgia Federal-State Inspection Service location, Albany, GA on November 10th and an early registration cost discount is available until October 27th. Commercial pesticide credit hours for numerous categories will include: 24 (Ornamental & Turf – 5 hours), 23 (Forestry – 2 hours), 27 (Right…
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Longleaf Event, Bull Test Deadline, and Row Crop Disease Pics

Longleaf workshop in Statesboro – Oct 11-12: Tifton Bull Test Entry Deadline – September 1st: UGA Site: https://beef.caes.uga.edu/programs/live-animal-programs/georgia-bull-evaluation-centers.html Cotton “Tiger Striping:” Cylindrocladium Black Rot (CBR) on Peanuts: Bob K: “Best management of CBR occurs using PROPULSE in-furrow at planting. The most important management strategy now later in the season is…
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CC Young Farmers to Expand Membership

Last night’s (Aug 16th) Young Farmer meeting was well attended, with 64 individuals from the local Ag community present at CCHS for fellowship and to support the program…and a very delicious meal. Mr. Jesse Kelly overviewed upcoming YF and FFA events, goals for the upcoming year, handed out awards to…
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Crisp County Young Farmer Meetings

Mr. Jesse Kelly, Crisp Co Young Farmer Advisor, will host his first meeting tonight – 7p @ CCHS lunchroom. Meal provided and topic is “What is a Young Farmer Program;” if interested please RSVP to Jesse @ 229-305-3579 and come-on down. Also, next month’s meeting is already scheduled and will…
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UGA Cotton Newsletter – August

Articles Below – Various Authors: Post-bloom Nutrient Deficiencies, Waterlogging, and Foliar Feeding The Next Big Thing (Plant Pathology) August Weather and Climate Outlook Variable-Rate PGR Application Considerations Cotton Irrigation Considerations for August Factors Responsible for Boll Retention/Shed in Cotton Musings from the Road Silverleaf Whitefly Management
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