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Why buttercup is bad, even though it’s pretty

Buttercup flowering

What’s up, buttercup? While these plants are not in full bloom just yet, buttercup-infested pastures will turn into a sea of yellow come springtime. Though a sea of yellow flowers sprawling across an open pasture may be a beautiful sight to onlookers, this plant can be a real management headache…
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Fall Armyworms are on the move

Armyworm Image

Georgia farmers are never surprised to see fall armyworms munching on their stands of corn, sorghum and forage hay crops – they just hope for a low number of armyworms. UGA Extension Entomologist, Will Hudson, describes fall armyworms as the “larval or caterpillar stage of a nondescript, small gray moth…
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