University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Agent Frank Watson discusses the proper way to dispose of excess chemicals.
Published on 01/17/12
Dispose of excess and old chemicals safely
By Frank M. Watson
Armyworms are marching across Georgia turfgrass 09/02/22 William G. Tyson
Over the past couple of weeks, I have received numerous calls from curious homeowners and frustrated farmers regarding the dreaded fall armyworm. Damage to established turf is most often aesthetic. However, newly planted sod or sprigs can be severely damaged or even killed by fall armyworm feeding.
Protect Georgia's water quality with responsible land use 08/24/22 Martin Wunderly
Natural water supplies in Georgia are valuable resources affected by weather, such as drought or flood, and land use activities, like landscape maintenance and urban growth. While we have little control over the effects of weather, we can tailor our land management practices to better protect water quality in Georgia.
UGA Extension welcomes new Pesticide Safety Education Program coordinator 08/17/22 Emily Cabrera
University of Georgia alumnus Allison Johnson joined UGA Cooperative Extension as the new Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) coordinator on Aug. 1. The public service position is responsible for creating educational resources and training materials to help private and commercial pesticide applicators obtain proper certifications for the safe and effective use of pesticides throughout the state.
MyIPM app series expands to include row crops 05/25/22 Emily Cabrera
New insect wreaking havoc in your cotton field? Troublesome disease in your peanut stand you don’t recognize? No idea where to start? There’s an app for that.
Rainy weather brings leaf spot disease 09/20/21 Paul Pugliese
Excessive rain signals another a bad year for leaf spot diseases on landscape trees and shrubs. The leaf spotting that affects pear trees, including both edible pears and ornamental Bradford types, is caused by a fungal disease known as Entomosporium leaf spot. This disease also affects related shrubs such as Indian hawthorn and red tip photinia.
Don’t be bugged by insects seeing the light 09/15/21 Paul Pugliese
Late summer is a good time to observe many types of insects buzzing around homes and gardens. As we approach fall, the local populations of many types of insects begin to reach their peak.