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Sharon Omahen

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Sharon Omahen is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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07/24/08 - State’s best 4-H’ers compete at Georgia 4-H Congress 07/14/08 - Diabetes on the rise in U.S. 07/03/08 - Teaching turtle returns to the wild 06/26/08 - Sunbelt Expo Field Day set for July 8 06/25/08 - Clean produce with water and 'elbow grease' 06/19/08 - Container gardens perfect for annual color 06/06/08 - Manure management can be challenging 05/29/08 - Is Martian soil moist? 05/22/08 - Headless fire ants can't bite 05/14/08 - Put some thought into teacher thank-yous 05/08/08 - Insect scouting reveals pests 05/01/08 - Termite control not for novices 04/24/08 - Reproducing black flies helps research effort 04/17/08 - Clover Country CD generates funds for 4-H 04/10/08 - Landscape trees ready for springtime snack 04/01/08 - Goat-A-Rama set for April 12 03/27/08 - Repot pot-bound plants 03/13/08 - Volunteers lauded by Georgia's governor 03/05/08 - Read plant labels thoroughly 02/28/08 - Ice cream supports national 4-H program 02/28/08 - Tiny worms are underground root destroyers 02/21/08 - Georgia oranges? 02/14/08 - Governor loosens water restrictions 01/31/08 - Drought forces industry to reduce workforce 01/31/08 - College financial aid workshops set across state 01/23/08 - Kroger raising funds for new camp cabin 01/16/08 - Shocking results on chicken 12/20/07 - Menacing mice move indoors 12/13/07 - Foods stored too hot can harbor pathogens 12/06/07 - Safe dishes are prepared by safe cooks 11/28/07 - Plentiful but pricey this season 11/21/07 - Gift card may contain hidden glitches, fees. 11/15/07 - Indoor invaders not ladies 11/08/07 - Mock 'jellyfish' sign of healthy pond 11/01/07 - Green-industry profits withering 10/03/07 - Drought drives mosquito numbers high 09/27/07 - Drought chops Japanese beetle, spittlebug numbers 09/12/07 - Be a doctor to your plants 09/06/07 - Plant cover crop in garden spot 08/30/07 - Too much of a good thing 08/23/07 - West Nile virus rare, mosquitoes not 08/16/07 - Warm, dry winter predicted 08/02/07 - Drought driving Argentine ants into homes 07/26/07 - Costly calcium 07/19/07 - Teen Internet safety 07/11/07 - It's worth it to shop on tax-free days 07/05/07 - Proper planting essential to success 06/12/07 - Be a plant detective in your landscape 06/07/07 - Water lilies for your water garden 05/24/07 - Golf course water needs 05/16/07 - Breaking water rules can result in hefty fines 05/09/07 - State operates under level-2 watering schedule 05/03/07 - Professional car washes use less water 04/26/07 - Green up time 04/19/07 - Ag tag joins other Georgia specialty plates 04/12/07 - Tornado time? 04/05/07 - One of the leading ag schools in the nation 03/29/07 - Spiders are wrongly accused 03/29/07 - Home tornado drills 03/22/07 - Beef tips, advice from experts 03/15/07 - You-pick farms offer visitors 'agritainment' 03/15/07 - Tax season is strawberry season 03/01/07 - Master Gardeners are trained volunteers 02/28/07 - Native plant and wildflower symposium set 02/22/07 - Laying dormant turfgrass sod is risky business 02/21/07 - Monitor reveals how plants feel, what they need 02/08/07 - Volunteers help with financial aid forms 01/25/07 - It's time to fertilize backyard pecan trees 01/17/07 - Proper pruning more imporant than aesthetics 01/10/07 - Learn new food business how-tos 01/09/07 - Winter best time to kill lawn weeds 01/04/07 - Septic systems can't be neglected forever 12/21/06 - Radon education month 12/14/06 - Erosion, sediment control certificate courses set 12/12/06 - Gift cards are convenient, but can have glitches 12/07/06 - Pinpointing pests for agents, homeowners 11/29/06 - Pecan oil hits shelves of gourmet markets 11/21/06 - Equine education courses set for Dec. 6, 7 11/09/06 - Favorite holiday plants perfect for gift giving 11/09/06 - Don't give a plant to a 'brown thumb' 10/26/06 - Turfgrass Institute set for early December 10/26/06 - High quality apples aren't a given in some areas 10/19/06 - Legendary 'Dawg' to share gardening tips 10/19/06 - Which sanitizers keep fruits and vegetables safe? 10/10/06 - New edition of 'So Easy to Preserve' available 10/04/06 - Nature creates a colorful fall leaf display 09/27/06 - El Niño climate pattern returns to Southeast 09/21/06 - E. coli outbreak shakes nation 09/13/06 - Program allows families to share, exchange culture 09/13/06 - Insectival = bug-filled festival 09/07/06 - It's prime fig picking time 08/30/06 - Amaryllis bulbs can be planted in the fall, too 08/22/06 - Radon education generates student creativity 08/17/06 - Beneficial bugs naturally eliminate pests 08/10/06 - Gardener's gold by-product of yard, veggie waste 07/27/06 - Agroforestry and Wildlife Field Day set for September 28 07/20/06 - Prepare list and shop during tax holiday 07/13/06 - UGA turf field day set for Aug. 15 07/06/06 - For a bountiful harvest, pick often 06/28/06 - Beautiful, fruitless plants 06/22/06 - Get better, cheaper vegetables from home garden 06/15/06 - 4-H camp designed with military kids in mind 06/01/06 - Ants marching indoors for water, food 05/25/06 - Plant, grow and harvest virtual crops 05/16/06 - Grower requests prompt disease guide publication 05/10/06 - Camp, backpacks geared for war's junior heroes 05/04/06 - Goldfish & koi care will be covered 05/04/06 - Composting: environmentally friendly family fare 05/04/06 - Good compost starts with the right ingredients 04/26/06 - Program graduates licensed landscapers 04/19/06 - Bee bonanza set for May 19-20 04/06/06 - UGA Mountain Beef Cattle Field Day set April 19 03/31/06 - Cataloguing wheat DNA will lead to quicker breeding 03/30/06 - Fighting fire with fire 03/23/06 - Do last-minute chores now 03/16/06 - Billies, nannies and the like 03/16/06 - Georgia Master Gardeners recognized by governor 03/09/06 - Oranges, grapefruits and tangerines from Georgia? 02/23/06 - La Niña spring headed to Georgia? 02/16/06 - Plant creatively with yard art, theme gardens 02/16/06 - Georgia granite one source of deadly gas 02/09/06 - Rural newcomers turn to Georgia county agents 02/02/06 - Termite myths busted by research findings 02/02/06 - Termite baths may become deadly 01/25/06 - New soybean products are less beany 01/25/06 - Pond 'how to' class set 01/19/06 - New variety is a 'less beany' soybean 01/12/06 - Program awards students free PCs 01/05/06 - Tackle holiday bills now 12/21/05 - Generator hazards 12/15/05 - 'Blankies' aren't as comforting to plants 12/08/05 - Service learning connects students, community 12/07/05 - System prevents pests from leaving port 12/07/05 - UGA faculty take mission trip to Latin America 12/01/05 - Tift County 4-H team named chicken champions 11/21/05 - Bird flu protection in place 11/17/05 - Safely thawing a frozen turkey takes time 11/17/05 - Holiday leftovers can't be left over for long 11/10/05 - Turfgrass Institute and Trade Show set 11/08/05 - New pecan cultivars take time 10/27/05 - Armadillos burrow north 10/19/05 - Bird-friendly, organic chocolate products 10/07/05 - Remove termite food from your home landscape 10/05/05 - Planning for future agriculture emergencies 09/26/05 - Fighting grape disease 09/22/05 - EPA funds turfgrass projects 09/01/05 - Students learn CSI-type skills in UGA laboratory 07/29/05 - Chemical combination prevents the pathogen from spreading 07/28/05 - School food workers learn how to prevent obesity 07/21/05 - College time creates empty-nesters 07/14/05 - Wet roots lead to yellow leaves 07/07/05 - Agrosecurity classes begin across the state 07/06/05 - 'Wild Georgia Shrimp' get top marks 06/23/05 - Climate Web site uses history to help farmers plan 06/15/05 - Camp helps kids cope with soldier-parents' absence 06/08/05 - Weather stations mark storms' sweep across Georgia 06/02/05 - Rock Eagle 50th b'day celebration planned 05/19/05 - Cows' grass and legume diet creates low-fat beef 05/12/05 - Incubating new food products, businesses 05/05/05 - Gardens, harvesters make best use of rainfall 04/28/05 - Heavy rain, leaky pipes can create mold-friendly conditions 04/20/05 - UGA degree programs offered on Griffin campus 04/13/05 - Eat healthier, spend less money 04/07/05 - Tree roots, sidewalks and utility lines don't mix 03/31/05 - Better beaches possible through higher parking fees 03/24/05 - Cancer, heart disease fighting peanuts created at UGA 03/16/05 - Grasses used to help stabilize erroding land 03/10/05 - Researcher identifies new species 03/03/05 - Cable tie girdle keeps tree's sugar at the top 02/17/05 - Master Gardeners celebrate 25-year anniversary 02/10/05 - Fight phishing with these tips and software protection 02/03/05 - State training workers on agrosecurity 01/27/05 - Protect your outdoor pets from the cold 01/20/05 - Use care when adding edibles to care packages 01/13/05 - Confused plants need protection from cold 12/22/04 - Save your poinsettia for use next Christmas 12/17/04 - Chinese grass germ plasm leads to new varieties 12/14/04 - Holiday eating can be dangerous for diabetics 12/08/04 - Hand-powered cooler developed by students 12/01/04 - Retailers charging more for nuts 12/01/04 - Hurricane-driven disease increases farmers' losses 11/18/04 - Deep-fried turkey moister than traditional 11/10/04 - Scientists using DNA to detect pathogens on seeds 11/03/04 - Powder post beetles can destroy hardwood. 10/21/04 - UGA food scientists develop sandwich maker 10/21/04 - Teens eat less PB than tweens 10/14/04 - Volunteers help county Extension offices operate 10/12/04 - Students help chickens avoid surgical pain 10/07/04 - UGA specialists train safer Hispanic workers 09/23/04 - New peanut products 09/15/04 - Not just bread & milk 09/09/04 - Storm uproots trees, downs limbs across state 09/02/04 - UGA fescues bred for central, north Georgia lawns 08/25/04 - Peach-firming dip tested 08/19/04 - Pink hibiscus mealybugs enter state 08/12/04 - Urban Agriculture is state's third largest ag commodity 08/05/04 - Sonograms not just for new Moms 08/05/04 - Shewfelt claims national academic advisor honors 07/22/04 - Mushrooms cropping up all over after recent rains 07/15/04 - UGA Turfgrass Field Day set for August 12 in Griffin 07/08/04 - College time adjustment time for parents, too 07/01/04 - Used properly, home irrigation can be helpful tool 06/17/04 - Blueberry skins don't like to be wet for long 06/10/04 - Horse show, dinner to benefit Georgia 4-H 06/08/04 - Don't wait until spring to thoroughly clean 06/02/04 - Computer software program grows cyber crops 05/27/04 - Fire ants don't thrive in wooded areas 05/17/04 - Programmable thermostats lower cooling costs 05/13/04 - Top honor goes to UGA food microbiologist 05/06/04 - Cattlemen support new U.S. animal tracking system 05/05/04 - Brandon Boone named nation's top poultry science student 04/27/04 - Scientists 'look' at global warming's effects on crops 04/01/04 - New systems improve animal disease tracking 02/29/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 02/26/04 - Program analyzes Georgia rainfall 02/18/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 02/12/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 02/04/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 01/29/04 - Underground destroyers 01/29/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 01/22/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 01/15/04 - Georgia Agriculture Hall of Fame nominees sought 01/08/04 - 'Mad cow' case and beef prices 01/06/04 - Fiscal Fitness 2004 12/18/03 - Stay away from payday loans 12/04/03 - Avoid mishaps when frying your holiday turkey 11/26/03 - Sweet potatoes: The forgotten veggie 11/20/03 - UGA researcher to study parasites in shellfish 11/12/03 - High-tech farm tool helps farmers diagnose fields 11/12/03 - UGA researcher elected to Institute of Medicine 11/04/03 - Beekeeper's 'heart' lives on in UGA research 10/30/03 - Environmentally friendly farming catching on 10/27/03 - Cogongrass: The new kudzu 10/23/03 - Researchers track greenhouse gases in forests 10/02/03 - Landry to lead UGA's Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture 10/02/03 - Garden Exchange set for Saturday, Oct. 11 10/01/03 - Sudden oak death not really sudden 09/18/03 - Seashore paspalum turf update Oct. 15 in Savannah 09/17/03 - Show your school spirit at home with a team garden 09/11/03 - Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame inducts three 08/20/03 - Rainy weather toppling trees, rotting tomatoes 08/13/03 - Web site is quick source for state and county statistical data 08/05/03 - Stay in water conservation mode, despite recent rains 07/31/03 - Too much rain makes popular landscape tree sick 07/29/03 - Jekyll 4-H Center renovation project complete 07/17/03 - Recent rains create turf turmoil in Georgia 07/10/03 - UGA program urges Hispanic students to graduate 06/26/03 - New food products lifeblood of industry 05/29/03 - 4-H'ers send soldiers presents from home 05/08/03 - Georgia blueberry crop better than last 04/24/03 - Creating new plant varieties a long process 04/17/03 - Seed storage facility is modern-day Noah's Ark 04/03/03 - 4-H teaches future business owners the ropes 03/27/03 - New peanut butter fighting Vitamin A deficiencies 03/27/03 - Making sure peanut butter is truly spreadable 03/15/03 - Master Gardeners focus on learning, serving 03/13/03 - Master Gardeners devoted to learning, serving 03/06/03 - Game helps new produce managers order inventory 02/21/03 - Watering lawns too much invites diseases 02/20/03 - Emergency food supply always a good idea 01/30/03 - Infant food helping babies in Africa 01/16/03 - New pasta gets health benefits from sweet potatoes 01/08/03 - Georgia 4-H'ers collect 6 million pop tabs 12/17/02 - 'Crops' planted, grown, harvested in minutes 11/14/02 - Terrorism a threat to agriculture, too 11/13/02 - Researchers prepare for agroterroristic attacks 10/31/02 - Akara pea pups: High protein hush puppies 10/31/02 - Whip up some homemade 'pea pups' 10/17/02 - Water garden installation requires forethought 10/02/02 - Electrical charges help bees pollinate 09/20/02 - Rain harvesting system: New twist, old idea 09/05/02 - New Process Makes Honey Safe For Infants 08/28/02 - Drought keeps turf pest at bay 08/19/02 - Reuse water keeps metro golf greens lush 06/25/02 - Study shows vitamin E constant in pecans 06/13/02 - Farmers or food? Ag schools seek new funding 05/15/02 - Two Types of Fire Ants Now Thrive in Georgia 05/08/02 - Do-nothing Termite Control an Eye-Opener 05/08/02 - Do-it-yourself Termite Control Can Be Costly 04/18/02 - Reuse Water Could Help Fight Drought 04/10/02 - Fat Substitutes Offer More Ways to Health 03/28/02 - Termite Circus, Fossils at Zoo Atlanta 03/15/02 - Georgia Blueberry Business Growing Up 03/15/02 - Freeze Claims Some Georgia Blueberries 03/15/02 - ‘Alapaha' Blueberry Withstands Freezes Better 03/06/02 - Springtime Brings Flower and Fleas 03/06/02 - Fighting Fleas Takes Strategy 02/21/02 - Be Water-Smart When Choosing Landscape Plants 02/14/02 - Only Testing Can Tell if Your Well Water's Safe 01/30/02 - Urban Agriculture Group Plans Water Use 01/23/02 - Study Shows Pests Best Killed From Bottom Up 01/09/02 - Researchers Find New Crop For Georgia Farmers 01/03/02 - Grow-and-Mow Expo Jan. 15-17 12/19/01 - New Product Offers Farmers Market for Kenaf 12/11/01 - Tree Farmer Cuts Away Pest Problem 12/05/01 - Study Finds Georgia Muscadines Chock-Full of Nutrients 11/16/01 - Newfound Protein May Help Control Fire Ants 11/15/01 - Ladybugs Easily Trapped, Released Outdoors 11/15/01 - Unwelcome Houseguests Great Pest Controllers 10/31/01 - In Fire Ant Taste Tests, Tuna's Tops 10/24/01 - Young Scholars Learn to Value Home, Costa Rica 09/28/01 - Electric Water Kills Plant, Food Pathogens 09/18/01 - Researcher Uses DNA to Track Termites 09/11/01 - Chocolate Class Entices Students to Learn 08/28/01 - School's Back and So Are Head Lice 08/28/01 - Pesticides Not The Key To Killing Head Lice 08/22/01 - New Appliance to Keep Produce Fresh Longer 08/07/01 - Digital Image Helps Identify Poisonous Mushroom 08/01/01 - Farm-crop Fuel May Become Industrial Cleanser 07/11/01 - Fire Ants Hurt More Than People 07/11/01 - UGA Food Microbiologists Honored by CDC 07/11/01 - Field Day Set for Aug. 7 in Mountains 06/26/01 - Scientists Singling Out Tastiest Tomatoes 06/12/01 - Herbs Not Just For Cooking Anymore 06/12/01 - Herbs Make Great Gifts From The Garden 05/31/01 - True Vidalias Can't Grow in Texas 05/31/01 - Where are the True Vidalias? 05/23/01 - UGA Program Reducing Pesticides in Schools 05/23/01 - Schools Have Good, Bad Pest Control Records 05/03/01 - Gardening Club Teaches Kids Community Service 04/20/01 - Bridges to Head UGA Tifton Campus 03/28/01 - Knowing a Little Biology Helps Fight Ants 03/22/01 - Researchers, Unique Facility Fight Toxin in Peanuts 03/08/01 - State Turf, Landscape Industry Growing 02/23/01 - Scientists Use Bacteria to Stop E. Coli 02/15/01 - Clamshell Grills Cook Fast, Safe Meats 01/31/01 - Excuse to Buy Llamas Leads to Georgia First 01/14/01 - Don't Let Holiday Credit Purchases Strain Your Finances 01/10/01 - Programmable Thermostats Lower Heating Costs 01/04/01 - Freezing Temperatures Threaten Blueberry Crop 12/21/00 - Homeowners Lose Another Popular Pesticide 12/14/00 - Argentine Ants Marching Indoors This Winter 12/11/00 - UGA Sets $4.4 Million Food Science Expansion 11/30/00 - North Korean Scientists May Visit UGA 11/20/00 - Study Shows Peanuts, Pecans Good for Heart 11/06/00 - Produce Washes Effective at Removing Pathogens 10/27/00 - Congress Marks $2.57 Million for Research 10/23/00 - UGA Delegation Makes Historic Trip to North Korea 10/13/00 - UGA Ag Hall of Fame Inducts Three 10/11/00 - Fire Ants Threaten Georgia Wildlife 09/26/00 - New 'Fake' Fats May Speed Patients' Recovery 09/13/00 - Agroforestry, Wildlife Field Day Sept. 28 in Griffin 09/13/00 - Researcher Uses Worm to Replace Mice 09/07/00 - Fall Gardens Can Be Prolific, Despite Drought 09/05/00 - Fall is Perfect Time to Fight Fire Ants 08/23/00 - Goodbye Dursban: Consumers, Farmers Must Switch 08/16/00 - Coverdell Ag Scholarship Planned for UGA 08/09/00 - Head Lice, Parents Face Off in Battle 08/09/00 - Head Lice Can't Hop -- They Ride Hat Taxis 08/01/00 - Drought Hits Georgia Farmers' Wallets Hard 07/20/00 - Georgia Master Gardeners Donate Time to Their Communities 07/12/00 - Gardening Helps Students Learn Math, Science 06/20/00 - Water-use Restrictions Could Help Lawns 06/08/00 - New 'Oven' Cooks Away Microorganisms on Fresh Chicken 05/31/00 - Survey: Georgia Gardeners Care About Environment 05/19/00 - UGA Weather Stations May Help Avert Future 'Water Wars' 05/09/00 - Beekeepers Fighting Pests with 'Silver Bullet' 04/26/00 - Abelia: A Landscape Plant Made for Droughts 03/14/00 - Tomato Disease Hits Georgia Fields 03/02/00 - Parasitologist Joins UGA Food Safety Researchers 02/17/00 - UGA CAES Dean Named 'Leader of Year' 02/09/00 - Researcher Uses Insects to Help Solve Crimes 02/03/00 - Beer Class Bringing Students to Food Science 01/27/00 - Pines Not as Resilient To Ice Damage as Hardwoods 01/20/00 - Keys to Proper Pruning: Timing, Tools and Technique 01/13/00 - Food Prices See Slight Increase For 2000 12/22/99 - Plant and Preserve a Little History in Your Next Garden 12/16/99 - Current Farm Crisis Began in 1996 12/09/99 - Farmers Need Support During Crisis 11/23/99 - Construction Opens New Market for Wheat Farmers 11/17/99 - Electric Water Better at Killing Bacteria on Food 11/10/99 - Pecan Crop Good For Growers, But Retail Prices High 10/21/99 - For Safety, Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks Clean Best 10/05/99 - Wildflowers Add Beauty, Reduce Insect Pests 10/01/99 - Y2K or Not, Emergency Food Supply a Good Idea 09/30/99 - Is Your Home Computer Prepared for Y2K? 09/23/99 - Washing Lettuce Reduces E. coli Risk, Doesn't Eliminate 09/15/99 - Researchers Work to Increase Quail in Georgia 09/15/99 - Quail Field Day Planned Oct. 5 at Wolf Creek 08/25/99 - Drought Helpful to Some Muscadine Growers 08/25/99 - Muscadine Field Day Slated for Sept. 24 08/18/99 - Hand-washing Program Gets Glowing Results 08/04/99 - Canning Again? Take Care to Keep It Safe 07/23/99 - Seedless Watermelons, Less Work for Consumers, More for Farmers 07/14/99 - Tomatoes, Other Produce Lose Flavor in Fridge 07/14/99 - Leafy Veggies Like Cool Temps 06/25/99 - Eating Less Sodium May Help Prevent Bone Loss 06/18/99 - 'Water by Inch' is Trusty Rule of Thumb for Lawns 06/08/99 - If Your Grass Sounds Squishy, Check for Two-Lined Spittle-bugs 06/07/99 - Sawdust May Find Home in Nursery Potted Plants 05/19/99 - Drought has Georgia Cattlemen Planning Ahead for Winter 05/06/99 - Drought Not Just for Summer, UGA Scientist Says 04/21/99 - Don't Panic When Termites Swarm, Says UGA Scientist 03/24/99 - Beware of Hitch Hikers on Spring Garden Plants 03/05/99 - New Process Speeds up Landfill Waste Breakdown 02/17/99 - Parents Can Help Children Become Better Readers 02/10/99 - Help Your Child Develop Great Homework Habits 02/03/99 - UGA Scientist Uses X-rays to Sort Fruits, Vegetables 01/13/99 - New Process Promises Tastier, Fresher Juices, Milk 12/23/98 - Mistletoe Helpful to Birds, Butterflies, Holiday Kisses 12/16/98 - Poinsettias' Yellow Blooms Help Point Out Best Plants 12/16/98 - Red Won't Do? Poinsettias Come in Many Colors Now 12/02/98 - Dooley Featured Speaker At Turfgrass Conference 11/25/98 - Heating-system Checkup Can Lower Cost of 'Toasty' 11/04/98 - Hog Farmers' Woes Lead to Holiday Pork Bargains 10/21/98 - Peanut Bans Penalize Georgia Farmers, Experts Say 10/14/98 - Packaged Greens Make Safe, Easy Salads 10/14/98 - Quick Veggies Easy Way to Good Nutrition 09/23/98 - People with Diabetes Especially Need Flu Shots 09/17/98 - Finally, Fire Ants Doing Something Good for Farmers 08/26/98 - Olympics Boost Ornamental Grasses in Georgia 07/29/98 - New Training Center to Help Georgians Control Termites 07/22/98 - Suffering Dogwoods Need Water in Georgia Summer 07/01/98 - Sun's UV Rays Damage Plants, Too 06/10/98 - Snake Numbers Actually Low in Summer, Expert Says 06/10/98 - Stay Calm: Snake Bites Hurt,But Rarely Kill, Expert Says 05/27/98 - Hear Alien Ships Landing? No, They're 13-year Cicadas 05/06/98 - New Canola Oil Mocks Palm, Coconut Oils 04/29/98 - Give Your Lawn the Stadium Look by Crisscross Mowing 03/25/98 - Spring Brings Azalea Lace Bugs Out of Hibernation 03/11/98 - Shoppers Give Ground Chicken Thumbs Down 03/11/98 - Blankets Won't Protect Outdoor Plants from Cold Damage 02/18/98 - Odd Beans May Be 'Unopened Medicine Chest' 02/05/98 - 'E-nose' Sniffs Foods for UGA Scientists 12/22/97 - This Year's Poinsettia Can Be Next Year's, Too 12/17/97 - Handle Holiday Foods With Care 12/10/97 - Red Still No. 1, but Other Poinsettias Catching On 12/03/97 - Bright Color Not Best Sign of Poinsettia Quality 11/24/97 - Move Over, Raisins, for Georgia-grown Dried Blueberries 11/03/97 - UGA Scientists Find Mayonnaise Makes Meat Salads Safer 09/29/97 - New Disease Threatens Georgia Sorghum's Future 09/01/97 - Farmers Putting Cattle on Soybean-hull Diet 08/18/97 - New Termite Baits Not Best Control Choice 08/04/97 - Textile Mill's Waste Now Helping Nearby Farmers 07/21/97 - NASA Studying Atlanta's 'Urban Heat Islands' 07/07/97 - UGA Patents Sweet New Muscadine Variety 06/09/97 - UGA Software to Help Peanut Farmers Fight Weeds 04/14/97 - Georgians Willing To Pay More For Safer Water 03/31/97 - Georgia Wheat Growers Survive Karnal Bunt Scare 03/17/97 - Like Black-eyed Peas and Hushpuppies? Try 'Peapups' 02/17/97 - New Bell Pepper to Help Farmers Control Diseases 01/20/97 - Blueberries Get Safeguard Against Late Freezes