Ashley Best

  • Date: Friday March 15th and Saturday March 16th, 2024 Time: 9:00am- 4:30pm Location: UGA Griffin Campus | 1109 Experiment St. Griffin, GA 30223 To Register: https://08pku52v5q7.typeform.com/to/IonVncNH

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  • Prevent Crabgrass

    When it comes to controlling crabgrass in a lawn, an ounce of prevention is really worth a pound of cure. Using a pre-emergence herbicide soon will be much easier than trying to kill the mature weed in your lawn this summer.

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  • Best Practices- Fun(gus) Food

    Growing Oyster Mushrooms at Home Ingredients: Procedure: Instructions at home: Troubleshooting:

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  • By: Clint Waltz, Ph.D.University of Georgia Turfgrass Specialist As a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension turfgrass specialist, I have received numerous calls and emails over the past couple of weeks regarding warm-season turfgrass “green-up” issues. Fortunately, my travel schedule has taken me statewide over the past month. I have had opportunity to see grass over an array…

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  • Hydration can prevent colic and keep your horse healthy this winter. Winter time already presents challenges with riding and exercising, but don’t let your horse’s water intake be one of those. Monitoring water consumption is essential in the Winter time to prevent impaction colic. If problems with hydration or colic arise, consult with your veterinarian…

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  • Watching Wildflowers Wake: Making Seed Bombs

    As we just completed the 2022 Great Georgia Pollinator Census, pollinators are on my mind. I love having plants in my yard that are pollinator friendly. Wildflowers are a great way to provide habitat for essential insects and also add a pop of annual color to your landscape. A fun way to plant the wildflowers…

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  • The Joys of a Live Christmas Tree

    Live Christmas Tree Care The excitement of hand-picking the perfect shape and height, the smell of a fresh cut tree, and the sight of it finally decorated to perfection in your home brings feelings of tradition and family. In Georgia, there are a number of native-grown trees available for purchase, including Fraser fir, Leyland cypress…

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  • Best Practices: Low Maintenance Gardens

    Follow along with this presentation about how to install and maintain gardens that will leave you headache free.

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  • Best Practices: Fall Gardening

    UGA Vegetable Garden Calendar UGA Fall Garden Resources Vegetable Planting Chart

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  • Elevated Equine: Feel the Heat

    You’re dripping sweat from cleaning stalls and it’s only 8:30 a.m. Welcome to summertime in Georgia. As the sun gets higher, so does the temperature and we all know out horses begin hunting the trees and shade. Horse will often adjust on their own to the heat and rising temperatures, but owners still need to…

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