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Cotton prices unfavorable for Georgia farmers

Oct 01, 14 Cotton prices unfavorable for Georgia farmers

Posted by in Agriculture, Scientific Studies

By Clint Thompson • University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences  Improved crop conditions across the nation have played a major role in driving cotton prices down dramatically over the past four months, says a University of Georgia economist. Since early May, when 2014 cotton was selling for more...

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Immerse Yourself in Art at Gainesville’s Downtown Festival & Art Show

Oct 01, 14 Immerse Yourself in Art at Gainesville’s Downtown Festival & Art Show

Posted by in Celebration

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Gainesville will transform into a masterful blend of art, music and entertainment during the 33rd Annual Downtown Festival & Art Show, one of the nation’s premier outdoor fine arts festivals. Presented by the City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department, the festival draws a crowd...

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Amend fall garden soil for more vegetables, flower blooms

Oct 01, 14 Amend fall garden soil for more vegetables, flower blooms

Posted by in Gardening

By Paul Pugliese Fall flowers and vegetables only live a season, but they can benefit greatly from amended soil. Gardeners who take the time to amend their soil will be rewarded with a bountiful fall vegetable harvest and more blooms on their pansies and other fall annual flowers. Most annual flowers and vegetables prefer moist,...

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Fall is the best time to treat for fire ants

Oct 01, 14 Fall is the best time to treat for fire ants

Posted by in Featured Stories, Gardening

By Sharon Dowdy • University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences  Fall is perfect for playing football, picking pumpkins and killing fire ants. Tackling the stinging pests now will cut down on the number you encounter next spring and summer, according to entomologists with the University of...

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