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Cotton Defoliation / Harvest Aid Tips

Here are a few Defoliation tips: Have 3 or more days of sunny weather forecasted when defoliation application made. Slice bolls with a sharp knife. Bolls are considered mature and ready for harvest aid applications when bolls cannot be sliced without “stringing” the lint. In addition, bolls are mature when the…
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New UGA Vegetable Blog

http://blog.caes.uga.edu/vegpath/ The new Vegetable Blog is a “one stop shop” for vegetable production information! Dr. Bhabesh Dutta The purpose of this blog is to keep our clientele informed with current disease updates on vegetable crops. Through this blog, Dr. Dutta would also like to provide current spray guide and management recommendations on…
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Prevent Fish Kills in Your Pond

Most of the pond calls we receive in the Extension office refer to fish kills, weeds, and fertilization. Sometimes all are related. Weeds are annoying, so everyone wants a clean pond to fish. We need to be careful though and not forget about our fish when we treat the ponds. We are here to…
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Beginner’s Pecan Production Course

  Beginner’s Pecan Production Course April 11, 2016 UGA TIFTON CAMPUS CONFERENCE CENTER TIFTON, GA Please Contact Debbie Rutland @ 229-386-3424 to RSVP Refreshments & Lunch Provided 9:00        Welcome                                                                                            9:10        Cost of Pecan Production                                                                             Lenny Wells, UGA Horticulture 9:30        Pecan Varieties                                                                                                                                                Patrick Conner, UGA Horticulture             10:15     Break 10:45     Pecan Irrigation                                                                                Lenny Wells, UGA Horticulture…
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Grass Tetany Warning

All, With the warm period of weather, in addition to other risk factors, cattle producers need to be aware of the potential for grass tetany.    Regards, Lawton Stewart UGA Extension Beef Specialist I’m putting out High-Mag mineral, but cows are still going down? Deidre Harmon, PhD Student, The University of…
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