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Collard greens grow in a garden in Butts Co., Ga. CAES News
Fall Veggies
Many so-called super-foods such as kale, collards and spinach are ideal cool season vegetables for planting in September planting.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension horticulturist Bob Westerfield displays several pieces of lawn and garden equipment during a class on the UGA campus in Griffin, Georgia. CAES News
Small farmer workshop
A workshop for small-scale farmers and home gardeners interested in growing and marketing vegetables for profit is set for Sept. 20 on the University of Georgia campus in Griffin.
A cucumber vine grows in a backyard garden in Butts County, Ga. CAES News
Perfect for diseases
Summer is a great time for fresh local produce, but Georgia summers can present many challenges for gardeners trying to keep crops healthy and alive. This is especially true for tomatoes and cucurbits.
Katherine Stevenson, a plant pathologist, has been part of the University of Georgia since 1992. CAES News
Fungicide resistance
Gummy stem blight can be a tough foe for watermelon farmers to tackle. With the ability to cause lesions on leaves and turn stems into gooey mush, the plant disease can cripple watermelon production.
Tim Coolong will start July 1 at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Tifton campus. CAES News
Coolong to start July 1
Tim Coolong has a passion for studying vegetable production. The University of Georgia is an attractive destination for renowned scientists. Together, they are a match made in agricultural heaven.
Tomato cages keep plants secure in a garden in Albany, Ga. CAES News
Late Season Tomatoes
Home gardeners who want to add more tomato plants to their garden, may want to consider growing transplants from suckers.
Glyphosate damage on tomato. CAES News
Herbicide Transfer
After fielding a number of calls and examining plant samples brought in to the Bartow County Extension Office, I have decided vegetable gardeners are probably better off not using hay or manure in their gardens.
Dr. Allan Armitage, author and UGA horticulturalist, Introduces gardeners to this year's must have plants at the Trial Gardens at the University of Georgia's annual Plantapalooza plant sale in April. CAES News
Trial Gardens Open House
Friends, fellow plant lovers and groupies are invited to take one last walk around the Garden with Dr. A at the Trial Gardens at UGA’s annual Public Open House on July 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Recently hatched kudzu bug nymphs CAES News
Kudzu bugs
Kudzu bugs’ diets consist of mostly kudzu and soybeans, but more and more often they’re getting blamed for devouring all sorts of plants.