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Commercial landscaping course
Commercial landscapers who want to know more about landscape management should take a class offered Dec. 3 on the University of Georgia campus in Griffin, Ga.
Lawn being fertilized CAES News
Feed spring lawn now
Fertilize grasses now for a lush, green lawn next spring neighbors will envy. I know what you’re thinking: “Why should I fertilize my lawn in the fall before dormancy?” You’re probably hoping it will quit growing soon so you don’t have to mow any more.
Collard greens grow in a garden in Butts Co., Ga. CAES News
Fall garden expo set
The seventh annual Hall County Master Gardeners’ Fall Garden Expo is set for Sept. 24–25.
Fall armyworm on a blade of grass CAES News
Armyworms destroy Georgia turf
Almost every year in late summer, caterpillars invade turfgrass across Georgia. Damage to established turf is mostly aesthetic, but newly planted sod or sprigged areas can be severely damaged or even killed.
Spring dead spot attacks a lawn CAES News
Treat turfgrass diseases now
Fall is a great time to guard against spring and summer diseases on warm-season grasses.
Plant tall fescue in the fall
Tall fescue is a popular cool-season grass species known to have a bunching growth habit.
Expert advice free on the web
As you plant fall vegetables, bring plants inside on cold nights and dream of what your landscape will look like next spring, take a moment to check out some of these free resources written by University of Georgia Cooperative Extension experts.
Landscape classes
Landscape professionals can learn better design techniques using graphics and sustainability practices at upcoming workshops on the University of Georgia campus in Griffin, Ga., Nov. 11-12.
A two-lined spittlebug adult CAES News
Watch for spittlebugs
Some people call them cuckoo spits. Others call them froghoppers or devil spits. No matter what you call spittlebugs they make a devil of a mess in landscapes. With the end of the drought, University of Georgia experts say spittlebugs are making a comeback around the state.
Dew collects on a yellow bloom at the UGA Trial Gardens in Athens. April 2010 CAES News
UGA Trial Gardens
Georgia’s summer heat is on, bringing with it a wealth of beautiful blooms. View the best summer has to offer at the University of Georgia Trial Gardens open house July 10 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.