Refine Search

  •  
  •  
Fertilizing ends for our grasses Sept. 15

...much, you have to keep them watered much of the winter until growth resumes in spring. 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/2014-09-11/fertilizing-ends-our
Too much water leads to leaf spots

...premature leaf shed is unsightly, they can reduce plant vigor and ultimately flower bud set. 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/2014-09-04/too-much-water-leads-lea
Big trees compete with grass, plants for water

...it to, unless you remove the trees. You have to ask yourself what your priorities are. 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/news/metro/2014-08-28/big-trees-compete-grass-plant
Sid Mullis: As fall approaches, several insect problems come with it

...conditioning is going out. Try to caulk and seal all the areas around your doors and windows. 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/news/metro/2014-08-14/sid-mullis-fall-approaches-se
Cicada killers are more buzz than bite

...in the growing season because the spring flush of growth will cover the damaged foliage. 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/2014-08-21/cicada-killers-are-m
Solutions to overgrown shrub dilemma

...the home. The fragrant tree form osmanthus that develops will truly be a specimen tree. 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/2014-08-07/solutions-overgrown-
Armyworms spotted in Augusta

...the lookout for them at least until the end of September or the first part of October. 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/news/2014-07-31/armyworms-spotted-augusta
Symptoms of rose rosette virus show up on Augusta's Knockout roses

...with 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
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
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