Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Stories11/21/07 - Stuff-and-starve a bad approach to holiday eating 09/27/07 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates Oct. 16-18 09/20/07 - If you can still water outdoors, plant in the fall 09/20/07 - Fall fire ant control: get 'em while they're young 09/20/07 - Landscape cost estimating workshops set Oct. 25-26 09/06/07 - Invasive plant control workshop set in Statesboro 09/06/07 - White grubs seem harmless as they eat up your lawn 08/23/07 - Coastal exotic pest plant workshop set at Jekyll 08/09/07 - Exotic lotuses, turf, seeds, weeds on 'Gardening' 08/09/07 - DIY landscape workshop set in Griffin Sept. 13-14 08/09/07 - Intense Georgia heat can be deadly for some people 07/11/07 - What's good about prepackaged lunches? Not much 06/07/07 - Field day at Vidalia onion research farm June 21 04/19/07 - EPD tightens outdoor watering schedule in state 04/05/07 - Hobby greenhouse, propagation workshop set May 11 04/05/07 - Help your lawn's turfgrass tolerate drought better 04/05/07 - Horticulture short courses set this month 03/26/07 - Landscape cost estimating workshop in Athens 03/08/07 - Invasive Plant Control Workshop March 21 in Athens 02/23/07 - 2007 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet 02/22/07 - Pick a peck of pickles from your garden this year 02/22/07 - Thorny pyracanthas ablaze with berries in winter 02/22/07 - Georgia Gold Medal plants are winners in landscape 02/22/07 - 2007 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet released 02/21/07 - Farmers hear good, bad news in Ag Forecast 2007 02/01/07 - Winter storms still can threaten Georgia's elderly 01/25/07 - Late winter is prime time for pruning muscadines 01/17/07 - Direct marketing workshops in Tifton, Statesboro 12/22/06 - 2006 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 12/20/06 - Wait, set reasonable goals for diet after holidays 11/16/06 - Holidays are perfect times for landscape planting 11/09/06 - Taking holiday dinner traveling? Keep it safe 10/31/06 - Mulch volcano too much of good thing in landscape 10/27/06 - UGA offers landscape estimating, bidding software 10/19/06 - Corn maze offers back-to-farm fun in rural Georgia 10/10/06 - Business, skills workshop for landscape beginners 09/28/06 - Landscape cost estimating workshop set in Griffin 09/21/06 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates Oct. 17-19 08/31/06 - Falling pine straw more blessing than chore 08/31/06 - Spring flower flourish depends on fall efforts 08/16/06 - Do-it-yourself landscape seminar set in Athens 08/03/06 - Climate forecast calls for more of same in Georgia 07/20/06 - Don't let danger sneak into your child's lunch box 07/13/06 - Tiny 'turf terrorists' hard to reach, control 06/29/06 - Watermelon contest win adds to big Fourth of July 05/18/06 - Orange Tide takes 4-H'ers on extraordinary journey 04/12/06 - Newly planted shrubs 'still container plants' 03/14/06 - Transplanting rules make garden more successful 03/14/06 - Scientists asking a favor: send bird ticks 03/09/06 - Early planting decisions important to pecan trees 03/02/06 - Vidalia Onion Field Day April 6 near Lyons, Ga. 03/02/06 - Resist spring fever in the vegetable garden 02/16/06 - Georgia Gold Medal give deserving plants a leg up 02/16/06 - 2006 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet released 01/26/06 - Georgia traffic safety program has come a long way 01/12/06 - Hurricanes now hitting Vidalia onion farmers 12/23/05 - 2005 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 11/14/05 - Start holiday season with sound shopping plan 10/19/05 - Propagating plants on 'Gardening' finale 10/13/05 - Prepare for a safer, less stressful Halloween 10/07/05 - Putting flower garden to bed on 'Gardening' 10/06/05 - Pansies, spring bulbs mix on 'Gardening' Oct. 15 08/31/05 - Business, skills classes for landscape beginners 08/31/05 - Georgia-Florida green industry updates in October 08/31/05 - Do-it-yourself landscape program Oct. 15 in Athens 08/25/05 - Tropical season threatens Georgia muscadine crop 08/18/05 - Backyard composting a simple, helpful process 08/04/05 - Beef cattle short course Aug. 25 in south Georgia 07/25/05 - Landscape training series unveils new title, DVDs 07/19/05 - Kids do better in school with good place to study 07/19/05 - Parents key to healthy, safe after-school snacks 07/14/05 - Child passenger safety training offered in Spanish 07/07/05 - Prep students making mark in science internships 07/05/05 - Buy plants, cook stumps on 'Gardening' July 16 06/30/05 - Twilight Organic Field Day July 7 near Lyons, Ga. 06/30/05 - 'Leaves of three' point to poison on 'Gardening' 06/23/05 - Sprayers, rocks in pots on 'Gardening' July 2 06/15/05 - Teen traffic summit fun weekend on serious topic 06/15/05 - Fruits, veggies, azaleas top 'Gardening' June 25 06/09/05 - Dividing to multiply June 18 on 'Gardening' 05/19/05 - 'Gardening' shows rhododendron, lawn tricks May 28 05/12/05 - 'Gardening': planting annuals, vegetables on GPB 05/04/05 - 'Gardening in Georgia': growing herbs down South 04/27/05 - UGA college donates tsunami aid to Thai colleagues 04/21/05 - 4-H 'orange tide' helping solve problem on beach 03/24/05 - Worlds of wonder: international exchange programs 03/10/05 - Use nature's design for perfect Easter eggs 03/02/05 - Don't wait any longer to fertilize fruit trees 02/24/05 - Protect your trees from power mower blight 02/24/05 - Dinner on the ground? Don't invite mole crickets 02/24/05 - Georgia Gold Medal give deserving plants a leg up 02/24/05 - Landscape flash, fizzle? Stretch spring color show 02/24/05 - 2005 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet is here 02/16/05 - Ticks thrive year-round in Georgia, experts say 02/10/05 - Trees (yes, trees) may lower cost of health care 01/20/05 - Winter a great time to correct landscape mistakes 01/06/05 - Fanning lecture, awards luncheon Jan. 14 in Athens 01/05/05 - Cloned cow brings a little Sunshine into world 12/23/04 - 2004 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 12/15/04 - Holiday homes pose added perils for pets 12/08/04 - Mounted trophy buck just food for carpet beetles 11/10/04 - Be thankful for uninvited pests in your home 11/04/04 - Federal grant to help develop Georgia farm co-ops 11/04/04 - New Web site designed to help move poultry litter 10/07/04 - Steven Knapp joins UGA as new GRA eminent scholar 10/07/04 - 'Little extra' key to giant pumpkin contest winner 09/16/04 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates slated 09/09/04 - South Georgia pumpkins no longer impossible 09/01/04 - Be prepared for hurricane, climatologist warns 08/26/04 - Pond renovation, management seminar set Sept. 27 08/19/04 - Business skills course for landscape pros Oct. 6-7 08/12/04 - Make sure after-school snacks are nutritious, safe 08/12/04 - First brief hint of fall brings muscadine season 08/05/04 - Fertilize fruit plants now for next year's crop 07/28/04 - Plant I.D. workshop for landscape pros Aug. 4 07/08/04 - Make sure you're packing your child a safe lunch 07/07/04 - FACS Names Associate Dean for Outreach, Extension 07/01/04 - 'Celebrating Rural Georgia' Conference Aug. 16-18 03/25/04 - Eighth Goat-a-Rama at Tennille, Ga., April 3 02/17/04 - 2004 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet is here 02/16/04 - Georgia Gold Medals make choosing plants easy 01/29/04 - Co-op stock sale 'put up, shut up' time for farmers 01/22/04 - Greenhouse workshops March 18-20 in Lawrenceville 12/18/03 - Grounds management group starting Georgia branch 12/03/03 - Holiday turkey can bite back if you're not careful 11/11/03 - Pick cotton early? Check annual cotton workshop 11/11/03 - Beef short course set Dec. 2 in Statesboro 10/23/03 - Researchers track greenhouse gases in forests 09/18/03 - Landscape, turf clinic Oct. 3 in Gainesville 09/10/03 - Honeybees' struggle: first too dry, now too wet 07/10/03 - Muscadine Twilight Field Day Aug. 5 in Tifton 05/15/03 - Fruit, veggie field day May 29 near Reidsville 04/16/03 - Spring cleaning can reduce pest problems 04/10/03 - Providing room, board for cat fleas not fun at all 03/28/03 - 'Gardening in Georgia' begins new season 03/20/03 - Vidalia Onion Field Day March 27 near Reidsville 03/20/03 - Hispanic green-industry workers workshop May 14-15 03/20/03 - Seventh Goat-a-Rama set April 5 02/21/03 - Georgia Gold Medal Winners can brighten landscape 02/06/03 - Don't wait to plant pine seedlings in Georgia 01/29/03 - Landscape cost estimating workshop March 20-21 01/29/03 - Biofuels, biomass symposiums at UGA Feb. 18-20 01/16/03 - Greenhouse 'clinic' set in February 01/01/03 - Organic Farmer-Researcher Roundtable Feb. 21-22 12/23/02 - In the South, not all forest fires are bad 11/21/02 - Poinsettias stand tall after warm, wet fall 11/07/02 - Greenhouse program Nov. 14 in Dallas, Ga. 11/07/02 - Farmers struggle to pick disappointing cotton crop 11/05/02 - Cotton Production Workshop set in Tifton 10/17/02 - Rooting houseplants focus of 'Gardening' finale 10/10/02 - Frosts call attention to chores on 'Gardening' 10/03/02 - Planning spring color on 'Gardening' 09/19/02 - Fall chores brighten landscape on 'Gardening' 09/19/02 - North Georgia Landscape, Turf Clinic Oct. 23 09/12/02 - Oilseed Co-op plant going to Claxton 09/12/02 - Co-op can change farmers to 'market makers' 09/12/02 - 'Fasciation' on 'Gardening' on GPTV Sept. 21 09/05/02 - 'Starting Landscape Business' Workshop Oct. 24-25 08/29/02 - Georgia muscadine crop taking on new look 08/15/02 - Interior Plantscape Workshop Sept. 27 in Savannah 08/15/02 - Growing Georgia citrus on GPTV's 'Gardening' 08/15/02 - Recreational, Small Pond Management Meeting Set 08/13/02 - Canola prospects brightest yet for Georgia farmers 08/13/02 - Non-GMO canola may be niche for Georgia farmers 08/08/02 - 'Gardening' explains 'five varieties on one tree' 07/25/02 - Tri-state Horticulture Short Course Aug. 23 07/25/02 - Farm bill topic of ag symposium at UGA Aug. 15 07/24/02 - Georgia oilseed co-op moves closer to reality 07/11/02 - Florida-Georgia Grape Field Day Aug. 9 07/10/02 - Summer bargains, good deeds on 'Gardening' July 13 07/02/02 - Trainings ready growers, packers for GAPs audits 06/22/02 - 'Gardening' eyes 'leaves of three' on GPTV June 29 06/20/02 - SPC made easy for food, poultry firms 06/20/02 - Marination course at UGA in July 06/19/02 - Savannah 'Summerfest' June 29 06/15/02 - Rocks, pots in spotlight on 'Gardening' June 22 06/13/02 - Athletic Turf Workshop Planned 06/13/02 - Farmers or food? Ag schools seek new funding 06/12/02 - Veggies, Peaches on 'Gardening' June 15 06/06/02 - Field Day June 13 at Onion, Vegetable Center 05/31/02 - Tattnall Farms Offer New Kind of Supermarket 05/26/02 - Seed Packet Lessons on 'Gardening in Georgia' 05/23/02 - Give Fruit Trees Vigorous Start 05/15/02 - Farmers Urged to Respond to Survey 05/03/02 - UGA Finding Could Revolutionize Genetic Research 04/25/02 - Deep South Poultry Conference May 23 04/18/02 - Blueberry Twilight Tour, Cookout May 2 04/11/02 - Composting Operators' Workshop May 1-3 03/28/02 - Serious Business Underlying 'Goat-a-Rama' 03/28/02 - Mountain Beef Cattle Field Day Set 03/21/02 - Landscape Seminar at Blairsville April 25 03/15/02 - Pesticide Container Recycling Day Set 03/05/02 - Assistant Secretary to Address 'Women in Ag' 02/26/02 - Georgia Gold Medal Plants Named 02/22/02 - Review, Clinic, Course Offered in March 02/12/02 - Herbicides Provide Head Start for Pines 02/05/02 - Landscape Cost Estimating Workshop Set 01/17/02 - Study to Provide Key Agricultural Statistics 01/10/02 - Cleanup, Patience Best for Damaged Trees 01/03/02 - Don't Overreact to Postholiday 'Scale Shock' 01/03/02 - Goat Workshop in Perry Jan. 12 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: CAES News Center Hightlights 12/18/01 - Study Paves Way to Water-efficient Cotton 12/04/01 - Got GERD? You're Far From Alone 11/27/01 - Cotton Production Workshop Coming in Tifton 11/05/01 - Meat, Poultry Sanitation Workshop Nov. 29-30 10/27/01 - 'Goober Peas' on 'Gardening' Oct. 31 10/20/01 - Controlling Fall Weeds on 'Gardening' 10/19/01 - Fresh Produce Safety Workshop Still Open 10/18/01 - Meat Association Conference Set at UGA 10/13/01 - Monkeying with Monkey Grass on 'Gardening' 10/11/01 - Fall Color Workshop Set Nov. 7 in Atlanta 10/07/01 - Planting Azaleas Properly on 'Gardening' 10/05/01 - Free Workshop for Small Farmers Nov. 8 10/01/01 - 'Gardening in Georgia'
Twice the Landscape, Half the Water 09/26/01 - Top Five Planting Mistakes in Landscapes 09/23/01 - Tending Bamboo, Kudzu on 'Gardening' 09/22/01 - 'Largest Charity Bake Sale' at GNF Oct. 5 09/18/01 - Fountains, Bulbs on 'Gardening in Georgia' 09/10/01 - Granddaddy's Scuppernong Arbor Was Heaven 09/09/01 - Yellow Jackets Swarm on 'Gardening' 09/06/01 - Conference Set on Kids' Environmental Health 09/05/01 - Landscape, Garden Pointers on 'Gardening' 08/29/01 - Muscadine Meeting, Field Day Sept. 28 08/26/01 - Building a Garden Statue on 'Gardening' 08/19/01 - Floppy Plants on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/15/01 - Workshops Set for Landscape Managers 08/15/01 - Updates For Landscape Pros Set Oct. 9, 17 08/14/01 - Designing a Pot on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/01/01 - Feed Fruit Plants Now for Next Year's Harvest 07/24/01 - UGA Horticulture Tour Set for Sept. 28 07/24/01 - Waste Management CO Training Aug. 21-22 07/24/01 - 'How-to' Week on 'Gardening in Georgia' 07/20/01 - Forage Test Can Be Lifesaver for Cattle 07/16/01 - Irises, Favorite Tools on 'Gardening' 07/11/01 - All About Turf Grasses on 'Gardening' 07/01/01 - More About Hydrangeas on 'Gardening' 06/27/01 - Firms Learn to Make Chicken Safer, Tastier 06/26/01 - Program to Certify Prescribed Burn Managers 06/25/01 - Stretching Azalea Season on 'Gardening' 06/18/01 - Tying Up Plants, Chasing Bugs on 'Gardening' 06/13/01 - 'Storm, Excess Water' Resource Back On-line 06/13/01 - Debugging House on 'Gardening in Georgia' 06/07/01 - Conservation Tillage Field Day July 19 06/06/01 - Coping With Leaf Galls on 'Gardening' 05/30/01 - Changing Hydrangea Colors on 'Gardening' 05/30/01 - 'Meat, Poultry Marination' July 9-10 05/24/01 - Fruit, Vegetable Field Day Set June 14 05/15/01 - Goat Group to Start Slaughter-plant Co-op 05/14/01 - Rooting Summer Dahlias on 'Gardening' 05/08/01 - Dividing Hosta on GPTV's 'Gardening' 05/08/01 - Statistics a Key to Poultry Quality 05/02/01 - Taking Soil Temperatures on 'Gardening' 04/24/01 - 'Exotic, Common Fruits' June 21-23 04/23/01 - Something for Everyone on 'Gardening' 04/17/01 - Cool Snaps, Cold Frames on 'Gardening' 04/10/01 - Blueberry Tour, Cookout at Alapaha May 3 04/10/01 - Turfgrass Conference Tees Off May 7-8 04/09/01 - A Garden Beginner's Best Herbs 04/06/01 - June Camps Focus on Farm Youths' Safety 04/03/01 - Georgia Pecan Growers to Meet May 3 04/03/01 - HACCP Workshop for Meat, Poultry Processors 04/03/01 - Fresh-cut Produce Training Set in Salinas 03/29/01 - 'Forages 2001' Workshop May 22-23 03/29/01 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Returns to GPTV 03/28/01 - Armitage to Speak at Blairsville Seminar 03/23/01 - Goat's King in 'Goat-a-Rama' April 7 03/21/01 - Catfish Festival April 7 in Wrightsville 03/21/01 - Tour of UGA Campus Grounds May 18 03/15/01 - Small Farmers' Workshop Set in Fort Valley 03/15/01 - UGA Sets Compost Open House May 4 03/15/01 - Callaway Gardens Hosts 'Women in Agriculture' 02/22/01 - Georgia Farmers Could See Historic Prices 02/14/01 - Blossom-end Rot Even Uglier Than Name 02/08/01 - Plants Suffer, Too, From Summer Sunburn 01/23/01 - Greenhouse School Great for Pro, Wanna-be 01/23/01 - Better Process Control School Set at UGA 01/16/01 - Environmentally Sensitive Land Gets Tax Relief 01/16/01 - CUV Programs Provide Big Tax Savings 01/11/01 - Satellite Pesticide Workshop 2001 Set Feb. 15 01/10/01 - Bitter Winter Threatens Elderly Most 01/10/01 - Whoa! Don't Spit Out Muscadine Seeds 01/04/01 - Tree Farmer Short Course Starts in February 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: CAES News Center Highlights 12/20/00 - Corn Short Course Set in Tifton Jan. 16 12/06/00 - Little-known Program Offers Tax Relief 12/06/00 - Property Tax Facts 12/05/00 - Fruit, Veggie Growers Meet in Savannah 11/29/00 - New Soybeans Mark Exciting New Era 11/29/00 - Goat 'Basics' Workshop in Perry Jan. 6 11/21/00 - UGA Offering Certification for Turf Pros 11/14/00 - Gnat-size Dive Bombers Strike Georgia Fire Ants 10/24/00 - Cool Weather Won't Chase All Bugs Away 10/19/00 - Stalking Mice on Season's Final 'Gardening' 10/12/00 - Monkeying With Liriope on 'Gardening' 10/11/00 - Middle Georgia Goat Seminar Nov. 11 10/05/00 - Checking Out Hairs On Bug Bottoms 09/30/00 - Change Weeds to Compost on Next 'Gardening' 09/27/00 - Plant Propagation Workshop in Tifton Oct. 21 09/27/00 - UGA Opens Poultry Research Center Phase 2 09/23/00 - Next 'Gardening': Hornets Friends or Foes? 09/16/00 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Airs 'Sluggish' Show 09/13/00 - Research Results on 'Gardening in Georgia' 09/02/00 - Create Brighter Spring on 'Gardening' Sept. 6 08/26/00 - Grow 'Wondermums' on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/23/00 - UGA Focuses on Emerging Crops, Technologies 08/18/00 - Cook a Stump? See 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/16/00 - Heirloom Vegetables on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/04/00 - Beneficial Bugs on 'Gardening in Georgia' 07/29/00 - Tasting Tomatoes on 'Gardening in Georgia' 07/26/00 - Spectral Imaging Puts Plant Health in New Light 07/24/00 - ECIs Help Keep Children Happy, Learning 07/22/00 - Potting-soil Tricks on 'Gardening in Georgia' 07/18/00 - Safer, Better Chicken: Processors Learn How 07/15/00 - 'Mickey Mouse' Fungus Helpful to Trees 07/08/00 - Lazy Plants Become Upright on 'Gardening' 07/06/00 - Conservation Tillage Crops Shown July 20 07/06/00 - Lingering Drought Driving Ants Indoors 07/06/00 - Goat Producers Meeting in Montezuma Aug. 5 07/01/00 - Hydrangea Color on 'Gardening in Georgia' 06/27/00 - It's Pumpkin Time on 'Gardening In Georgia' 06/19/00 - Check Potager Planting on 'Gardening' June 22 06/12/00 - Birds, Bees Do It: See 'Gardening in Georgia' 06/06/00 - Onion Fund-raisers Sweet for Clubs, Growers 05/30/00 - Lawn on Level? See 'Gardening in Georgia' 05/26/00 - Growing New Ground-cover Plants Is Easy 05/24/00 - Water-Saving Landscapes Seminar June 8 05/24/00 - Deer Fence Workshops Set at UGA Stations 05/13/00 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Trims Herb Garden 05/06/00 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Visits Vidalia Onions 05/02/00 - BMPs for Cattle Farms Workshop May 24-25 04/29/00 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Samples Manure Teas 04/26/00 - Prices Down as Onion Harvest Hits High Gear 04/25/00 - Deep South Poultry Meeting May 17 in Tifton 04/22/00 - 'Gardening in Georgia' Puts Hydrogels to Use 04/19/00 - 'Talking' Chickens Make Life Easier for Poultry 04/18/00 - Nonstop Color on 'Gardening in Georgia' 04/10/00 - UGA Offers Composting Training, Open House 04/04/00 - Tractor, Farm Safety Camps Slated in June 04/04/00 - 'Women in Agriculture' Conference in Dillard 03/28/00 - Mountain Beef Cattle Field Day April 19 03/20/00 - UGA Experts Say Milk Healthy, Nutritious 03/15/00 - Newly Planted Shrubs 'Still Container Plants' 03/15/00 - Southeastern Turfgrass Conference May 1-2 03/08/00 - Insect Pests Boring Georgia Trees, Shrubs 03/08/00 - Catfish Festival, Trade Show March 24-26 03/08/00 - UGA Sets SPC Course for Poultry Plants 03/08/00 - Georgia Clean Day March 22 in Atlanta 03/01/00 - Learn a Lesson From Little Azaleas 03/01/00 - How to Keep Your Farm Or Family Safer 02/23/00 - Nominations Sought for Ag Hall of Fame 02/09/00 - 'Great Chill' a Blessing to Blueberry, Peach Growers 02/04/00 - UGA Not Just Talking About Weather 02/03/00 - No Power? You Can Eat Well if You Plan Ahead 02/02/00 - Butterflies Need Water, Place to Rest 02/02/00 - Right Plants Will Attract Hummingbirds 01/26/00 - Follow Flowers Injured by Cold 01/26/00 - Training Set on Golf Course Spraying Feb. 8 01/19/00 - Better Process Control School Set in Athens 01/01/00 - 2000 Nomination Form for Agricultural Hall of Fame 12/17/99 - UGA Fighting the Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus 10/27/99 - 'Trashy Farming' Catching On in Georgia Fields 10/23/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Plants Bulbs in Garden 10/20/99 - UGA to Measure State's Agricultural Water Use 10/16/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Gets Into Fall Planting 10/15/99 - Fresh-Produce HACCP Training Set Dec. 1-3 10/14/99 - Farm, Business Tax Schools Set 10/12/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Fashions Stepping Stones 10/06/99 - Green Industry Updates Planned 10/02/99 - Oct. 7 'Georgia Gardener' Cites 'Monkey Grass' 09/25/99 - GPTV's 'Georgia Gardener' Shows 'Flowers That Fly' 09/22/99 - Sept. 23 'Georgia Gardener' Visits Railroad Garden 09/14/99 - Fall Garden Packet Arrives Just in Time 08/26/99 - Early Childhood Institutes in September 08/22/99 - 'Walk Through Herb Garden' Sept. 18 in Griffin 08/21/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Corrals Bamboo 08/20/99 - Reeves Tells 'How to Be Sherlock' 08/19/99 - Meat Conference at UGA Sept. 13-14 08/18/99 - UGA Exhibits Breadth of Agriculture at Ag Showcase '99 08/13/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Shows How to Test Soil 08/11/99 - UGA Ornamental Open House Oct. 1 08/09/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Builds Potted Water Garden 08/05/99 - Pecan Growers' Fall Field Day Coming Sept. 8 08/03/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Makes Annuals Shine 07/26/99 - July 29 'Georgia Gardener' Stops Killer in Garden 07/22/99 - Prepare for Fair: Preserve Quality of Veggies 07/22/99 - Take Special Care in Moving Veggies to Show 07/10/99 - July 15 'Georgia Gardener' Plants Annuals in Paper 07/02/99 - July 8 'Georgia Gardener' Looks at Xeriscaping 06/29/99 - July 1 'Georgia Gardener' Aims at Mosquitoes 06/29/99 - UGA Studies Find Potential Control for Tobacco Disease 06/18/99 - Marinated Meat Workshop Set at UGA in July 06/15/99 - Summer Workshops Planned for Small, Beginning Farmers 06/12/99 - Pruning Azaleas Highlight of Next 'Georgia Gardener' 06/07/99 - Lawn Care Topics Highlight June 10 'Georgia Gardener' 05/21/99 - School Shootings May Offer Times to Talk With Teens 05/20/99 - 'Tree Tomato' Not Tomato or Tree, Says UGA Expert 05/17/99 - 'Georgia Gardener' Zaps Fire Ants 05/13/99 - Southeast Greenhouse Conference June 16-19 05/13/99 - Big Poultry Conference Set May 26 05/06/99 - Coastal Cultivars Field Day Slated at Bamboo Farm 05/06/99 - Herbs for South, Roses on May 13 Georgia Gardener 04/14/99 - Vidalia Onion Quality Best in Years, UGA Experts Say 04/07/99 - Georgia Watermelons Taking Fast Lane to Holiday Markets 03/24/99 - UGA Raises Stakes in Plant Genetics Research 03/24/99 - Transplanting Rules of Thumb Make Garden More Successful 03/17/99 - Good News for Shoppers: Milk Prices Headed Way Down 03/10/99 - Canola Markets Arrive in Georgia; Field Day, Tour Planned March 30 03/04/99 - It's Time for Your Shrubs' 'Breakfast' 02/24/99 - Farm Costs Have Little Effect on Food Price Forecast 02/03/99 - New Book Helps Add Richness of Herbs to Southern Gardens 01/27/99 - Crop Insurance Premium Cuts May Keep Farmers in Business 01/13/99 - Prime-time Pruning Produces More Muscadine Grapes 12/23/98 - Microwaved Eggs Can Burst With Flavor, or Just Explode 12/09/98 - Amaryllis Colorful Boast of Christmases to Come 12/02/98 - New Disease Deadly for 'Perfect' Christmas Tree 11/11/98 - Risky Diet: Eating Raw Sprouts Can Cause Illness 10/28/98 - 'Douglas Natural Pride' a Brilliant Waste Solution 10/21/98 - '98 Georgia County Guide Provides Fascinating Facts 10/06/98 - Ag U Quiz Bowl at Perry: Fair Fun and Farm Facts 09/30/98 - Bark Beetles Attacking Georgia Pines 09/10/98 - UGA Internet Site Identifies Hay Sources 08/26/98 - Fall Weather's Great for Killing Fire Ants 08/26/98 - 'Best' Lettuce Grows Well in Georgia 08/19/98 - Stop White Grubs Before They Eat Your Lawn 08/05/98 - Irrigation Lapses Proving Costly to Georgia Farmers. 07/15/98 - Drought Could Further Cut Georgia Pecan Crop 07/08/98 - Plants Can't Read, but Enjoy a Good Newspaper 07/08/98 - Help Your Garden Plants Make It Through Summer 07/01/98 - Soapy Deer Solution Provides Temporary Landscape Relief 06/17/98 - Children's Early Use of Sunscreen A Key in Preventing Skin Cancers 06/17/98 - Some Georgia Farmers Feeding Dryland Corn to Cattle 06/10/98 - New Food Service Manual Helps Personal Care Homes 05/20/98 - UGA Conferences Tackle Need For Rural Leadership Programs 05/06/98 - What's the Big Deal about Georgia Dairies Failing? 04/29/98 - No Bull: UGA Facility Makes Steaks Better 04/08/98 - Plant Cranberries in Georgia? 04/01/98 - Give Landscape Plants Best Chance of Success 03/25/98 - Certified Vidalias Tell 'Sweet' Onions, 'Put Up or Shut Up' 03/11/98 - Soaking Rains Deal Heavy Blow to Georgia 03/04/98 - Make Sure Garden's Not Still Too Wet to Plow 02/25/98 - Caring for Pets' Teeth Important, Too 02/18/98 - UGA Economist: Dairy Compact Vital to Georgia Dairies 01/28/98 - Well into '98, Farmers Struggling to Harvest '97 Crops 01/23/98 - Spring Cleaning? Outside, Winter Cleaning Is Better 01/07/98 - Post-holiday Dieters Should Wait, Set Reasonable Goals 12/10/97 - Opposition to Hog Farms Could Hamper Pork Industry 12/03/97 - Skunk Encounters, Never Nice, Can Be Deadly for Pets 11/17/97 - Winter Weight Woes Can Be Easy to Avoid 11/03/97 - Weight Best Sign of Seasoned Firewood, Expert Says 10/27/97 - Fall Makes Even Parked Cars Deadly for Cats, Dogs 10/20/97 - Hunters Need to Know: Deer Carry E. coli 10/13/97 - Georgia Farmers Get 'Jack-o'-Lantern Crop' Ready 09/29/97 - Stage Set for Great Fall Foliage Season 09/22/97 - Not Everybody Likes 'The Georgia County Guide' 09/01/97 - Bugs Take Bite Out of Georgia Cotton Crop 08/25/97 - UGA Study Finds 'Good Guys' to Fight E. coli Pathogen 08/25/97 - Proper Cooking Makes Burgers Safe 08/18/97 - Muscadines a Little Late, but Well Worth the Wait 08/11/97 - Georgia Beef Project Should Answer Cattle Questions 08/04/97 - Growing Garden Seeds Sometimes Worthwhile 07/28/97 - Turf-eating White Grubs Can Be Hard To Control 07/21/97 - No 'Magic Bullet' for Fire Ants, UGA Expert Says 07/14/97 - Best Time to Kill Mole Crickets? You Just Missed It 06/23/97 - Powdery Mildew Dropping Leaves from Georgia Dogwoods 06/16/97 - Summer's Finally Here -- and Can Be Deadly 06/02/97 - New Rinses for Produce May Not Beat Tap Water 05/26/97 - Fungi Attack Georgia Azaleas, Rhododendrons 05/19/97 - Put Food Safety First on Backyard Barbecue Grill 05/05/97 - Buying Landscape Plants? Check for Hitchhikers 04/21/97 - Early Spring Causing Problems for Georgia Crops 04/14/97 - Tiny Homesteaders Pitching Tents in Georgia Trees 03/31/97 - Hungry for Vidalia Onions? The Wait Is Over 03/24/97 - Price Tag for Early Spring: Swarms of Mosquitoes 03/10/97 - Vidalia Onions Growers Hopeful of Happy Harvest 02/17/97 - Farmers Turning to Insurance Against Price Drops 02/10/97 - Winter Chill Stalks Elderly, Even in Georgia 02/03/97 - Winter Great for Correcting Landscape Mistakes 01/27/97 - Parkas Provide Protection from Icy Winter Winds 01/20/97 - Planting in Dead of Winter OK in Georgia Landscapes 01/06/97 - Cost of Farming Still Climbing, Economist Says 12/23/96 - Surprise Christmas Pet? More Surprises May Come 12/23/96 - Hopeful Growers' Vidalia Onions Off to Good Start 12/16/96 - Bromeliads Can Be Exotic Christmas Gifts 12/09/96 - Holiday Traditions: Family Fetes or Fights? 12/02/96 - How Can You Tell Apple Juice Is Safe? 12/02/96 - Deadline Looms for Meat, Poultry Processors 11/25/96 - Taking Thanksgiving Dinner Traveling? Take Care 11/04/96 - Not All Landscape Bugs Harmless in Winter 10/21/96 - Guide Tells 'All' About Georgia 10/14/96 - Trees Bearing Gifts: Versatile Pine Straw 09/30/96 - Blueberry Lovers Early Treat 09/23/96 - For Fall Foliage Show, Bring Mountains to You 09/09/96 - Water Permits Still Critical to Farmers 09/02/96 - Brave New Cotton Nearing Final Exam 08/19/96 - Boost Next Year's Fruit Harvests Now 08/12/96 - Planting Under Big Oak? Don't Forget the Tree 07/29/96 - Muscadines' Magic Returns as Centennial Olympics End 07/08/96 - Water Your Landscape Without Water 07/08/96 - Eating Fruits, Veggies May Prevent Cancer 07/01/96 - Mite News Not All Bad for Georgia Beekeepers 06/10/96 - Precision Farming on Display in Ag Showcase '96 05/27/96 - Long Winter Leads to Botrytis Blight in Landscape 05/20/96 - Price of Peanuts? Depends on Who's Buying, Selling 04/15/96 - Georgia Pecans Hard to Fool (or Beat) 04/08/96 - New Farm Bill Good News, UGA Economist Says 03/25/96 - March Freeze Subdues Spring Flower Display 03/18/96 - March Freeze Hits Georgia Crops Hard 03/04/96 - Workshops to Help People Start 'Growing' Businesses 02/26/96 - Dethatching Lawn Important, but Wait Until Summer 02/05/96 - Proper Care Preserves Beauty of Wood Siding 02/05/96 - Fat-Free Fat a Dieters Dream? 01/22/96 - Bug-Killing Winter Mixed Blessing 01/15/96 - Late Winter Prime Time to Prune Muscadines 12/25/95 - Holiday Home Can Be Perilous for Pets 12/25/95 - Modest Increases Expected for Farm Input Costs 11/27/95 - A Christmas Pet? Make Smart Choices First