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Augusta, Columbus and Savannah all broke their all-time December precipitation records. CAES News
Rainfall recovery
The recent abundance of rainfall may have you ready to build an ark. When it comes to the soggy soils and boggy beds in your landscape, a few tips from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension experts will help your plants recuperate.
Southern Mole Cricket CAES News
Mole cricket time
Recent rains and warm weather have mole crickets out in full force, wreaking havoc in lawns. Mole crickets damage turf by feeding on plant roots, stems and leaves. And, they tunnel through the soil. Their feeding is not considered as damaging as their tunneling, however, significant feeding injury does occur in pastures.
This diagram shows the locations and numbered sequence of cuts to remove a branch from a tree. CAES News
Summer pruning
This year’s extraordinarily wet winter and spring has and will continue to stimulate rapid production of new leaves in many of our woody landscape plants. This lush new growth may now need to be trimmed to prevent shading of vegetable gardens and flowerbeds.
Plant pathologist Lee Burpee discusses disease control at the 2008 UGA Turfgrass Field Day. CAES News
Summer green update
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension specialists will present the first in a four-part series of green industry updates on June 12 in Cherokee County.
A push mower used to mow turfgrass. CAES News
Summer lawn care
Having a healthy, attractive lawn is an integral part of a beautiful home landscape. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension experts say following these five steps can help you achieve an awe-inspiring lawn this summer.
A Baldree Traffic Simulator is demonstrated on turfgrass plots on the UGA-Tifton Campus during Wednesday's Southeastern Turfgrass Conference. CAES News
Turfgrass Conference
Turfgrass experts from across the Southeast were in Tifton on Tuesday for the 67th annual Southeastern Turfgrass Conference.
Members of Brian Schwartz's turfgrass team plant a bermudagrass variety trial by hand in 2012. CAES News
Annual turfgrass conference
The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has laid the framework for its annual turfgrass conference.
Large patch in centipedegrass CAES News
Centipedegrass green-up
Spring has arrived and plants are beginning to break dormancy, but your lawn may not be lush and green yet. Do not be impatient with your centipedegrass lawn and rush it to green-up.
St. Augustinegrass seedheads CAES News
St. Augustinegrass
St. Augustinegrass has long been admired in the southern part of Georgia for its attractive blue-green color. It thrives there due to the warm weather and the sandy soils. Happily, many homeowners north of Atlanta are also discovering the grass.