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Symptoms of rose rosette virus show up on Augusta's Knockout roses

...a new one. Before replanting, be diligent in raking residue from the infected rose. 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/2014-07-24/symptoms-rose-rosett
Life cycle of fleas makes them difficult to control indoors, outdoors

...cushions in areas frequented by the pet. And be sure to treat under beds and furniture. 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/2014-07-17/follow-these-tips-co
Good management can help your vegetable garden grow

...plants. Make sure you properly identify the insect pest before you spray an insecticide. 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/2014-07-10/good-management-can-
Millipedes seek cool, moist environments

...windows fit tightly and caulk cracks and crevices that permit their entry to the inside. 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/2014-06-19/millipedes-seek-cool
Thatch can smother lawn if not removed

...the surface and mix it deeper into the soil.Have a great and safe Fourth of July! 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/2014-07-03/thatch-can-smother-lawn-if-not
Mullis: Check, treat for chinch bugs at first sign of damage to St. Augustine lawns

...so if you are seeing problems, don't delay in scouting and/or treating your lawn. 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/2014-06-12/check-treat-chinch-bugs-first-sign-
No perfect weapon against squash vine borer

...rotate squash family plants (zucchini, etc.) to a different location the next year. 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/2014-06-05/no-perfect-weapon-ag
Here are some problems gardeners can encounter this spring, summer

...rows. Corn should be planted in blocks (at least 4 rows) to ensure good pollination. 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/2014-05-22/here-are-some-problems-gardene
Proper pruning is the best medicine for healthy azaleas

...released and can infect them again next year. Make sure you throw away the infected leaves. 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/2014-05-15/proper-pruning-best-medicine-health
Mowing can affect turfgrass quality

...in one direction and laying over, an important consideration with mowing heights. 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/2014-05-08/mowing-can-affect-tu