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    • Purple moonflower identification and control 

      Prostko, Eric P.; Culpepper, Stanley; Price, Daniel S.; Ellis, Charlie E., III (University of Georgia, 2009-01-05)
      Purple moonflower, also known as purple morningglory or lilacbell, is becoming common in many Georgia agricultural production fields. This weed has typically not been a major problem. Morningglory species often respond ...
    • Quantity of nitrogen fixed 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-01)
    • Red clover 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-01)
    • Red clover variety trials 2008-2009 

      Durham, Greg; Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2010-03)
    • Revenue profile of golf courses in Georgia 

      Florkowski, Wojciech J.; Landry, Gil W., Jr.; Waltz, Clint (University of Georgia, 2009-03-24)
      The golf course industry is an important but often overlooked sector generating jobs and local taxes in Georgia. The objective of this report is to provide insights about the economic importance of golf course facilities ...
    • Seeding methods for small-seeded legumes 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-01)
    • Selecting a forage bermudagrass variety 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Edwards, Norman R.; Green, T. Wade; Rehberg, Deron M. (University of Georgia, 2010-09-10)
      This publication shares the collective experience of research and extension personnel on bermudagrass cultivars that are (or could be) grown in Georgia.
    • Sericea lespedeza 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-01)
    • Soil and fertilizer management considerations for forage systems in Georgia 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Harris, Glendon H.; Franks, Randy W.; Morgan, Steven P.; Green, T. Wade (University of Georgia, 2008-11-17)
      Georgia possesses diverse soil conditions and many forage production factors are influenced by this diversity. As a result, the soil environment of a given site must be considered when selecting forage species, determining ...
    • Soil inoculants 

      Gaskin, Julia W.; Hartel, Peter; Little, Elizabeth L.; Harris, Glen H. (University of Georgia, 2010-07)
    • Soil test handbook for Georgia 

      Kissel, David E.; Sonon, Leticia S. (University of Georgia, 2008-09-15)
      This handbook is designed to serve as a reference guide for the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension personnel and others regarding Georgia's lime and fertilizer recommendations and to provide basic information ...
    • Soil testing for home lawns, gardens and wildlife food plots 

      Sonon, Leticia S.; Kissel, David E. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-25)
      Developing and maintaining productive soils begin with soil testing. Soils tests provide information on the soil’s actual nutrient status. Test results are used to determine the amount and kind of nutrients that should be ...
    • Soil testing: For home lawns, gardens and wildlife food plots 

      Kissel, David E.; Sonon, Leticia S. (University of Georgia, 2006-04)
    • Soil testing: measurement of lime buffer capacity 

      Kissel, David E.; Vendrell, Paul F. (University of Georgia, 2010-09-15)
      Soil pH is an important chemical property because it influences the availability of soil nutrients for plant uptake, and it affects a crop's root system development. Soil pH also indicates whether lime is needed to correct ...
    • Soil testing: soil pH and salt concentration 

      Kissel, David E.; Vendrell, Paul F. (University of Georgia, 2009-09-14)
      Soil pH is one of the most important measurements of soil fertility. Knowing a soil's pH may help in diagnosing nutritional problems of agricultural crops and other plants.
    • Soil-plant-water relationships for flue-cured tobacco 

      Maw, Brian W.; Stansell, James R.; Mullinix, Benjamin G. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-20)
      Growing tobacco under prescribed irrigation can be an important way of reducing costs, and improving crop management, especially if chemigation (the application of chemicals through the irrigation system) may be conducted ...
    • Sorghums 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-01)
    • Stockpiling bermudagrass for fall grazing 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-06)
    • Stockpiling tall fescue for fall and winter grazing 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Josey, Ricky W. (University of Georgia, 2008-01-03)
      Producing and/or purchasing hay to feed livestock through the winter represents a substantial expense. This publication details strategies and considerations when stockpiling and utilizing tall fescue.
    • Success with cover crops 

      Lee, R. Dewey; Gaskin, Julia W.; Schomberg, Harry; Hawkins, Gary L.; Harris, Glendon H.; Barentine, Ronnie M.; Bellows, Barbara (University of Georgia, 2008-06)