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Archive for 2002

 
January 7 January 14 January 21 January 28
County Helps Farmers Turn Their Attention To Pine Tree Farming Small Grain Farmers Receive Christmas Gift From Mother Nature Winter Rains Needed In Georgia New Growth Charts Will Help Children As They Grow Up
Peanut Farmers In South Georgia County Make Changes That Reduce Losses From A Deadly Disease Recent Survey Reveals Seriousness Of Asthma In Georgia And The U.S. Uncle Sam Makes Several Income Tax Changes For 2002 Cattle Farmers Should Have Plenty Of Feed Sources For Their Cows This Winter
Farmers In South Georgia County Turn Back To Corn To Make Money Emotional Education Receiving Failing Grades In The U.S. Georgia's Sweet Crop Looking Good In January Higher Quota Does Not Signal An Increase In Tobacco This Year
Water Efficient Cotton Plants Being Developed By College Scientists Postholiday Scale Shock Hits Many People In January Study Helps Explain Link Between Sexual Abuse And Drug Addiction Farmers Should Be Making Early Plans For Th eir 2002 Cotton Crop
Now Is The Time To Begin Planning For A New Irrigation System Use Patience When Taking Care Of Trees Damaged By Ice And Snow Losing Weight Requires A Specific Plan Peanut Farmers Concerned About Delays In Passing New Farm Bill

 

February 4 February 11 February 18 February 25
Animals With Long Tails May Try To Move Into Your Home New Study Reveals Risks Of Pesticides To Children Wise, Old Trees Do Not Let Fickle Weather Fool Them Changes Recently Made In Child Tax Credit
Housing Developments Could Cost Communities Big Bucks Georgia Landowners May Qualify To Receive A Property Tax Reduction You May Be Able To Give Your Paycheck A Boost Dry Winter Keeps Many Irrigation Systems Working
College Scientists Discover More Effective Way To Control Certain Insect Pests In Greenhouses People In West Central Georgia Take Up Bird Listening Georgia Still Gripped Hard By Drought Despite Helpful Rains The Severe Weather Season Will Soon Begin In Georgia
Georgia's 2002 Peach Crop Needs More Chilling Drought Not Only Reason For Water Shortages In Georgia High HDL Cholesterol Important For Certain Women College Research Finding Positive Uses For Electrostatics In Agriculture
Georgian's Continue To Get Burned By Telemarketing Fraud Pruning Season Arrives For Several Plants And Shrubs Saving For Retirement While Reducing Income Taxes Farmers Face Important Corn Planting Decisions

 

March 4 March 11 March 18 March 25
Simple Test Will Let You Know If Your Well Water Is Safe College Scientists Testing New Technique For Cleaning Lagoon Sludge More Sweet Corn Varieties Now Available To Sweeten Your Garden Getting Spraying Equipment Ready To Go
College Scientists Work To Answer Tough Questions About Irrigation Corn Farmers Need To Vote On An Important Referendum During March Aerial Photos And Digital Technology Could Help Farmers Solve Field Problems Tobacco Smoke Threat To Babies
College Scientists Developing Soybean Varieties Resistant To Stink Bugs College Scientists Working To Find Replacement For Methyl Bromide New Farm Bill Could Bring A Lot Of Changes To The Peanut Program Obesity An Expensive Health Problem
Study Shows Smog Causes More Health Concerns In Children National Survey Indicates Young People Need Training On Financial Security Tiny Insects Become Active When Spring Arrives Cotton And Proposed Farm Bill
Weed Control Important After Pine Seedlings Have Been Transplanted Late Winter Arctic Blasts Put Georgia's Peach Crop In Deep Freeze Spring Means Coughing And Sneezing For Many People Reducing Fat Content In Meat

 

April 1 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 29
College Scientists Study Female Mosquitoes Pregnant Women Need Good Nutrition Knocking Down The Mosquito Population College Scientists Working With Reuse Water Georgia Counties Benefit From Health Fairs
Mothers Help Daughters By Drinking Milk Farmers Face Tight Planting Schedule Water Management In Landscape Gardens Corn And Soybean Market Prices Bullish Barnyard Classroom Educates Young Students
Prescription Drugs In Georgia Rivers March Rains Did Not Ease Drought Developing Insect Resistant Pecan Cultivars Old Technique Controls Insects In Peaches Developing A Maintenance Plan For Lawns
Unmarried Women Birth Rates Increase Many People Could Have Pre-Diabetes Making Yellow Jacket Encounters Less Painful Earning A UGA B.S. Degree In South Georgia Soil Amendments Could Help Landscapes
Lightning A Danger Often Overlooked Small Children Could Still Get Choked Planting Cotton In 2002 Tough Disease Infecting Strawberry Fields Be Prepared For That Job Interview

 

May 6 May 13 May 20 May 27
Another Breakthrough In Calf Cloning New Associate Dean Named For UGA Extension College Scientists Fine Tuning Termite Control Finding A Pay Raise At Home
New Farm Bill Closer To Reality Farmers Face Early Season Irrigation Decisions 2002 Wheat Crop Good And Bad Solving The Mysteries Of Fungi
Southern Pine Beetles Attacking Trees Deadly Disease Concerns Poultry Producers Low Bone Mass Health Problems Diabetes Affects All Family Members
Drought Could Get Worse This Summer Growers Face Early Season Tobacco Problems Food Safety Important On Summer Cookouts College Scientists Battle Sweet Potato Weevils
Helping Peach Trees Live Longer Discovery Could Help Genetic Reserach 2002 Cotton Crop Doing Well Disease Problems in Tall Fescue Turf

 

June 3 June 10 June 17 June 24
Farmers Disappointed In Wheat Market Prices Growing A Container Garden Corn Crop Crying For Water Watch Out For Peanut Diseases
Corn Market Prices Take Unexpected Turn West Nile Virus Back In Georgia 2002 Tobacco Crop Sick In Georgia Summer Is The Air Pollution Season
Another Hurricane Season Now Underway Vidalia Onion Harvest Not Sweet Problems In Rose Gardens Proper Summer Nutrition For Children
Plan Now For 2003 Fruit Orchards College Scientists Cleaning Up Georgia's Water College Scientists Making Weed Control Easier Creepy Crawlers Not Our Enemies
Another Fire Ant Found In Georgia Staying Active During The Summer Watermelon Supply And Quality Look Good Tax Scam Artists Target African Americans

 

July 1 July 8 July 15 July 22 July 29
Research Fighting Blackhead Disease In Poultry Weed Problems In Cotton Fields Hypertension Still A Serious Health Problem Low Paychecks Have Cattlemen Concerned Check On Flood Insurance Now
Cattlemen Sweating Out Hay Supplies University Of Georgia Clones Pigs Horse Numbers Up In Georgia Protecting Water Quality In Georgia Biting Red Mites Make You Itch
Lost Pounds Sometimes Come Back Moisture Critical For Peanut Development Inactivity Still Causing Health Problerms NOAA Weather Radios Save Lives GIFT Program Helps Science Teachers
Using Proper Tools In The Landscape Shoppers Prefer Georgia Grown Produce Bugs Developed For Science Instruction Bullying Now Considered A Serious Problem Dangers Of High Temperatures And Humidity
Eating Pecans Good For You The Dangers Of Too Much Sun Insect Problems Increase In Cotton College Scientists Studying Genes In Commodities Cucumbers Could Have A Bitter Taste

 

August 5 August 12 August 19 August 26
Ask Questions Before Purchasing Bonds Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Research College Scientists Developing New Snack Foods Positive Progress With Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Reducing Odors Around Rendering Plants Drought Shows No Signs Of Breaking How To Remember A National Disaster 2002 Feast Or Famine For Cotton
Georgia's Oilseed Project Moving Forward Changes In Receiving Federal Payments Getting Ready For Fall Gardens Diseases Hit Peanuts Hard
Improving Water Efficiency In Green Industry Cotton Plants Changing Colors Getting A Fresh Start On Credit Poultry May Not Spoil As Quickly
Chemical-Free Disease Control In Blueberries Keeping Chickens Cool During Hot Weather High School Students Conduct Research Winter Squash Prefer Hot Weather

 

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30
Hopes For Canola In Georgia Have Peanut Combines Ready For Work Insects Make Mess In Pastures Pecan Market Prices Could Improve Peanut Farmers Should Watch The Tropics
Sweet New Fruit Provides Vitamins New Products Available From Muscadines Infants May Soon Enjoy Sweet Treat Tropical Storm Hannah Soaks Cotton Approved Herbicide Helps Catfish Farmers
2002 Pecan Crop Expected To Drop Tropical Cyclones A Serious Flood Threat Cotton Market Prices Looking Up Forage Crop Planting Time Getting Close Plants Release Odors When Stressed
New Research On Drought Stressed Corn Kill Mosquitoes While They Are Young Wheat Market Prices On Rise Drought Still Strong Despite Hannah Providing Healthy After School Snacks
Computer Program For Crop Nutrition Getting Ready To Plant Small Grains Boll Weevils Found In Georgia Site Selected For Oilseed Processing Plant Stinging Insects More Aggressive During Fall

 

Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28

 

Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

 

Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30

 

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