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Sid Mullis: Indian hawthorn popular in commercial, home landscapes

...leaf spot are: Enchantress, Fascination, Harbinger of Spring, and White Enchantress.REACH SID MULLIS, THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE FOR RICHMOND COUNTY, AT (706) 821-2349 OR SMULLIS@UGA.EDU.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/life-style/2015-05-28/sid-mullis-indian-hawtho
Leaf blister fungus affects local oak trees

...use for this would include chorothalonil (Daconil), and any mancozeb product. REACH SID MULLIS, THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE FOR RICHMOND COUNTY, AT (706) 821-2349 OR SMULLIS@UGA.EDU.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-05-21/leaf-blister-fundus-
Sid Mullis: Spurweed is a truly painful weed to handle

...REACH SID MULLIS, THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE FOR RICHMOND COUNTY, AT (706) 821-2349 OR SMULLIS@UGA.EDU.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-05-14/spurweed-truly-painf
Knockout roses are low maintenance, full of blooms

...crossed that rose-rosette virus will never become a big problem with knockout roses. Reach Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service office for Richmond County, at (706) 821-2349 or smullis@uga.edu.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-05-07/knockout-roses-are-l
Not all azaleas bloomed well this year

...well-established root system and are not already stressed like newly transplanted azaleas. Reach Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service office for Richmond County, at (706) 821-2349 or smullis@uga.edu.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-04-23/not-all-azaleas-bloo
Drought-tolerant lantana perfect for our climate

...as well in drought, floods, is deer resistant, and it does well in our poor soils. Reach Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service office for Richmond County, at (706) 821-2349 or smullis@uga.edu.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-04-16/drought-tolerant-lan
'Fat' leaves on azaleas is sign of leaf gall infection that peaks in May

...summer. The tree has already been stressed, and drought can stress it even more. REACH SID MULLIS, THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE FOR RICHMOND COUNTY, AT (706) 821-2349 OR SMULLIS@UGA.EDU.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-05-01/fat-leaves-azaleas-s
Mullis: Maintenance important when growing wisteria

...are available with plenty of variation in leaf color, flower color and growth form. REACH SID MULLIS, THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE FOR RICHMOND COUNTY, AT (706) 821-2349 OR SMULLIS@UGA.EDU.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-04-02/maintenance-importan
Blooming white plum trees emerge in spring

...but if you go ahead and put it out, you will prevent most of them from then on. Reach Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service office for Richmond County, at (706) 821-2349 or smullis@uga.edu.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-03-12/blooming-white-plum-
Readers ask about killing weeds, scalping lawns

...records, this was the fifth coldest February since 1942. I hope March is at least normal. Reach Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service office for Richmond County, at (706) 821-2349 or smullis@uga.edu.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2015-03-05/readers-ask-about-ki