Portrait of William G. Tyson

William G. Tyson

William G. Tyson is the County Extension Coordinator for UGA Cooperative Extension in Bulloch County.
Area(s) of Expertise: Crop Management, Fruit, Ornamental Plant Disease, Vegetable Disease, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus, Ornamental Plants, Plant diseases, Horticulture, Vegetable Gardening


09/02/22 - Armyworms are marching across Georgia turfgrass 11/02/21 - Avoid 'crape murder,' prep your crape myrtles for success 10/02/19 - Farm tour highlights value of UGA to Georgia agriculture 04/02/19 - UGA faculty and staff recognized for excellence in public service 11/21/18 - Bill Tyson named Ag Partner of the Year in Bulloch County 09/28/16 - Trained eyes, not tech, still helping Georgia peanut farmers to decide when to dig 11/20/14 - Properly care for holiday, gift plants 05/14/14 - Carpenter bees drill holes, lay eggs in wooden structures 11/27/13 - How new trees, shrubs are planted determines their success 08/06/13 - Summer heat has lace bugs munching on popular ornamental 06/25/13 - Recent rains have increased mosquito populations 06/20/13 - Late June is ideal time to treat lawns for mole crickets 04/05/13 - Be patient and wait for centipedegrass to green-up on its own 10/23/12 - Plant flowering bulbs now for color later 09/12/12 - Recent rains have mushrooms popping up in Georgia lawns 07/23/12 - Managing your lawn during drought 07/11/12 - Georgia gardeners seeing cases of curling tomato leaves 06/14/12 - Controlling moles: remove their food source or get a dog 05/10/12 - Tactics to improve this summer's tomato harvest 05/08/12 - Carpenter bees are drilling away at wooden structures 02/28/12 - Aluminum is the key to changing hydrangea bloom color 02/22/12 - Backyard fruit trees need fertile soil, sunny location 02/16/12 - Lower landscape maintenance by adding natural areas 11/09/11 - For safety sake, keep live Christmas trees watered 10/05/11 - Plant pansies now for winter-long color 09/20/11 - Turf diseases like large patch and take-all patch can pop up in the fall. 08/18/11 - Control fall webworms and rid trees of webs 08/11/11 - Control green June beetle grubs now 07/14/11 - Prune crape myrtles again for another flower flush 06/30/11 - Get mole crickets now before they destroy your lawn 06/16/11 - Slime molds popping up on irrigated lawns 05/19/11 - Armadillos can burrow through lawns quickly 04/28/11 - Sooty mold on plants is a sure sign of insect damage