Portrait of Josh Fuder

Josh Fuder

Josh Fuder is the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agriculture and natural resources agent in Cherokee County.
Area(s) of Expertise: Horticulture, Water Quality


03/09/21 - Heritage Orchard reclaiming Georgia’s forgotten apples 05/13/20 - Great hedges make great neighbors 12/07/19 - Sweet potatoes are more than just a side dish 09/23/19 - Workshop prepares UGA county agents to teach irrigation management classes 09/20/18 - Baking up a better soil makes for a successful garden 09/20/18 - Fragrant plants can be pleasant to your sense of smell and attract pollinators 06/20/18 - Pollinator power: The biology of the honeybee 05/17/18 - Changing seasons in a gardener's life 08/24/17 - Build native bee nesting sites to attract pollinating bees to your landscape 06/22/17 - Freshly tilled soil yields historical surprise 09/22/16 - Saving seeds: the power of the past and promise of the future 07/28/16 - Buckwheat adds nitrogen to garden plots, produces beautiful flowers and delicious pancakes 04/28/16 - Add attractive plants to your landscape that provide nutritious fruit, too 12/22/15 - Novice gardeners should learn the lingo before ordering from seed catalogs 09/24/15 - Fall is the best time to add new trees to the landscape 09/24/15 - Extinguish spring fire ants by treating this fall 09/02/15 - Backyard chicken owners should protect their flocks from avian influenza 08/18/15 - UGA Extension to host pond management workshop in Canton