Floyd County, Georgia

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UGA Floyd County Cooperative Extension

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Questions (17)

oak tree clusters snipped from branches

Finding numerous clusters that have been cut from branches around tree. Suspected squirrels but don't always see active ones. The snippets are around 2 inches and a clean straight break is made.. need help since tree is shading patio.

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Floyd County GA over 1 year ago

Black widow spider

Is there an expert/ professional that I can contact for confirmation if I think I have a black widow spider? I captured it in my yard where my kids play everyday. Thank you.

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Floyd County GA about 7 years ago

Black tipped leaves on weeping cherry tree cuttings

The very end of the leaves of 4 weeping cherry trees I have cut to propagate they are turning black. What is causing this?

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Floyd County GA about 1 year ago

weed with a white fuzzy top

I have this weed growing in an area that i have sprayed with round up. The plant itself is dying, but the fluffy white part of the plant is still there seemingly unaffected. Is this the seeds that will re-generate next year. How can I get rid of this spreading weed permanently. It is away from my yard, If I do get rid of this weed, then I will replant with tall fescue grass seed.

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Floyd County GA about 4 years ago

Seed pod from what

What tree does this tree come from

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Floyd County GA about 3 years ago

tiny black spot

just a couple of my tomatoes have tiny black spots on them what is going on?

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Floyd County GA about 4 years ago

Wilting leaves on Florida Anise

We have a Florida Anise that was planted by a professional landscaper this Spring. It is on the front of our house and receives morning sun and afternoon shade. I have watered it often and do not know what is causing the wilting leaves---any suggestions?

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Floyd County GA about 6 years ago

Unknown invasive perennial

This fast spreading plant has the appearance of mint, but has no odor. I don't know if it's a weed or herb.

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Floyd County GA about 4 years ago

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