Portrait of Amanda Tedrow

Amanda Tedrow



05/04/20 - Spring is a perfect time to start composting 05/02/19 - Compost piles must be not too cold, dry or wet 05/03/18 - By recycling food and lawn scraps, you can create compost and feed the worms 03/05/18 - Identify pests before applying pesticides 08/31/17 - Compost bin: Not too wet or too dry, not too hot or too cold 04/27/17 - Successful compost piles can be judged by the company they keep 04/27/17 - Healthy compost takes the right balance of moisture, yard debris and heat 06/30/16 - Composting fruit and vegetable scraps requires careful moisture and temperature maintenance 03/12/15 - Use forethought to head off garden problems before they happen 07/31/14 - Squash vine borers on gardeners' hit list 05/01/14 - Compost pile health can be judged by the company it keeps 12/13/13 - Gloves, tools and planters top UGA gardeners wish lists this holiday season 09/20/13 - Sustainable agriculture conference set for Oct. 3 09/05/13 - Saving seeds, a time-honored tradition made timely again 02/28/13 - Remedy last year's low yield problems before you plant 12/12/12 - Last minute gifts for the gardener in your life 06/05/12 - The squash vine borer: A difficult but manageable garden pest 05/31/12 - Snails in the kale? 03/27/12 - Athens-Clarke inducts state's first class of Master Composters 09/08/11 - Clarke County agent weighs in on fall gardening 04/14/11 - Georgia farmers markets offer produce, experience 02/24/11 - Fresh, home-grown veggies without a garden 02/24/11 - Squash borers cause squash-growing gardeners grief 02/24/11 - 2011 edition of the Spring Garden Packet 03/18/10 - Gardening 101 class set at botanical garden 02/18/10 - Avoiding common vegetable problems takes a little planning 05/28/09 - Farmers markets help Georgians connect with local food, farmers 02/21/08 - Try planting alternatives to turf 09/13/07 - Fall prime time to prep for spring 09/06/07 - Vegetables brighten containers, fall dinner tables