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Comparing historical rain data

This article was written by Aubrey Shirley, Tattnall County Agent and Southeast District Junior GACAA Director. If you repost this article please let Aubrey know at As we approach the warmer temperatures of Spring I remember how extremely hot and dry May of 2019 was. Whenever we have weather…
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Understanding viruses

This article was written by Roger Gates, Whitfield County Ag Agent. If you choose to re-post it, please let him know at Chicken pox, Chikungunya, Ebola, H1N1, hepatitis, Heartland, HIV, influenza, measles, rabies, rubella, SARS, smallpox, West Nile, Zika — the list includes names both familiar and exotic. Most…
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You are out of Toilet Paper – be careful of what you flush!

Once the COVID-19 virus started, it was interesting to see that the Toilet Paper was one of the first things to go from the shelves and if you go in the stores still today there is a limited supply.  Other than that, as more kids are home, “science experiments” may include the old question – “Will this flush or not?”

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