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2020 Midville Virtual Field Day

Check out the flyer below for this year’s Midville Virtual Field Day! The event will be taking place via ZOOM on August 12th at 9:30 am. If you are interested in signing up and being a part of this event follow the link on the flyer, or reach out to…
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Agribusiness Basics Workshop Series

Summer is here and that means the first Agribusiness Basics Workshop Series is right around the corner! This series will be put on by collaborating Extension offices, the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Georgia Farm Bureau, Georgia Grown, and the UGA Small Business Center. Check out the flyer below for…
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What Are These Stickers in my Yard?

Lately I have been getting many calls about stickers in the lawn. More likely than not, the sticker is from burweed. Burweed is a very common winter annual that that germinates during the early Fall months then dies off in the spring. When burweed starts to die off, the seed…
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Pecan Nut Casebearer

Pecan growers, it is that time of the year again to start thinking about the pecan nut casebearer (PNC). UGA Extension Pecan Entomologist, Dr. Angel Acebes-Doria does not typically recommend spraying for this insect as it helps in thinning out the crop in high crop load years, rather instead spraying…
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Silver Leaf Whitefly – Cotton Management

The planting of our cotton crops is on its way and now is the time to start thinking about management of Silver Leaf Whiteflies (SLWF). In Georgia SLWF infestations are most common in areas where both cotton and vegetable production occur. That puts Tattnall County in a prime susceptible location…
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