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Oct 22, 2010 12:58 PM CST
Name: Red
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STATEWIDE: 2010 Georgia/ Florida Green Industry Update. Up-to-date information on new production and cultural practices, new plants, new pests, and new products. Learn what’s new in the industry right from your own home. 4 weekly sessions offered in a Webinar format via Internet. $ 25 per weekly session or $80 for all 4 paid by the first session. Mondays 2-4 pm 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, and 11/15. Pesticide re-certification and ISA credits will be offered to paid participants from Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Register online at:
http://www.areg.caes.uga.edu/#hortwebinars ( IMPORTANT NOTE: Registration for this Monday’s session on Weeds & Weed Control closes at 5 pm today) (Other sessions are 11/1- Diseases & Disease Control, 11/8- Insects & Insect Control, 11/15- New and Hot Plants)

DECATUR: Georgia Perimeter College Native Plant Botanical Garden Plant Sales and Lunch and Wildflower Series. Plant Sales with discounts of 10% to 25% continue on Wednesdays and for the next two Saturdays in October, Oct. 23 and 30. Hours are 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Fall Lunch and Wildflower Series October 27, speaker will be George Sanko, who will speak on "Sex in the Garden Part 2". Plant Sales are held from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Guided Garden Walks start at 10:30 am and Talks start at 11:30 am. Please follow signs at the garden to the classroom for the talk. 3251 Panthersville Rd, Decatur Ga. http://www.gpc.edu/~decbt/

TIFTON: LOCAL FOOD CONFERENCE Georgia Organics hosts South Georgia Growing Local Food Conference Nov. 12 and 13 in Tifton, Georgia. Friday afternoon with a self-guided farm tour, followed by an Okravore Potluck and Bonfire, and a screening of the movie "Fresh" at the Tift Theatre in downtown Tifton. Concurrent workshops will be held all day Saturday in two different tracks. The Homesteading track will offer such topics as cheesemaking, canning, and bread baking. The Growing Local track will offer workshops on growing, animal husbandry, policy, and the local food community. Cost for the event is sliding scale $10-$30. Lunch is included. Cost of the movie is not included ($5 adults and $3 students). Registration is limited to 50. For registration questions contact Donna Toepfer at Georgia Organics, by emailing [email protected] or by calling 678.702.0400. Registration is not necessary for the farm-tour, potluck, or Friday night movie--all Friday events are open to the general public. But please give us your contact info. so we can send updates and directions. Register and pay only if you plan to attend the Saturday workshops. http://www.georgiaorganics.org/events/event.php?id=1340

Your Southern Garden with Walter Reeves airs this Saturday at 12:30 and 6:30PM on Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Wondering about what are all of those beautifully colored trees and shrubs along your road that were just green blobs all summer? The UGA publication, Native Plants for Georgia Part I: Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines B 987 is online in full color. The HTML version provides for quick viewing or the pdf version is printable (it’s 108 pages make sure your ink cartridge is full) http://www.caes.uga.edu/Publications/pubDetail.cfm?pk_id=776...

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