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Annual FFA Plant Sale at STHS

Annual FFA Plant Sale at STHS

JOHNSTON, S.C., March 23, 2015 – The Annual FFA Plant Sale at STCTC is going on now! FFA students will be available to help you select spring plants now during…

Clemson Monitors Weather Impact on Peaches

Clemson Monitors Weather Impact on Peaches

CLEMSON, S.C. – February’s frigid temperatures could make spring and summer tiring seasons for South Carolina peach growers. Crop losses due to freezing temperatures likely will be minimal, said Gregory…

S.C. Landowners to be Surveyed About Feral Hog Damage, Interactions

S.C. Landowners to be Surveyed About Feral Hog Damage, Interactions

CLEMSON, S.C., March 2, 2015 – A survey designed by Clemson University researchers to begin to quantify the economic and ecological damage caused by feral hogs will soon start showing…

Tips For Winter Weight Loss in Horses

Tips For Winter Weight Loss in Horses

– By Gary J. Coleman – Many things can be blamed for an unshorn, underweight equine during the winter months, but several of the most common causes include the following:…

Rainfall Relieves Drought Conditions Statewide 

Rainfall Relieves Drought Conditions Statewide 

January 15, 2015 – The S.C. Drought Response Committee, meeting via conference call on Jan. 15, removed the incipient drought declaration statewide. According to Hope Mizzell, South Carolina State Climatologist,…

Clemson Precision-Ag Research Primed for New Heights

Clemson Precision-Ag Research Primed for New Heights

BLACKVILLE, S.C. (January 12, 2014) — Unmanned aircraft have been cleared for takeoff above the farm fields at Clemson University’s Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville. The eyes in the sky…

Small Ruminant’s Nutritional Needs

Small Ruminant’s Nutritional Needs

– By Gary Coleman of the Clemson Extension Office – Feed is the single largest cost related to raising small ruminants, more often accounting for 63 percent or more of…

Women Learn Leadership and Aquaculture at State Conference

Women Learn Leadership and Aquaculture at State Conference

Beaufort, S.C. – More than 90 women from 24 counties across the state gathered in beautiful Beaufort, The Pearl of the Coast, Sept. 22 and 23 for South Carolina Farm…

Fall Armyworms Are Here in South Carolina

Fall Armyworms Are Here in South Carolina

– By Gary Colman, Clemson Extension Agent –   Fall Armyworm Fall armyworms, Spodoptera frugiperda, are protracted pest in the Southeast. The worms feed on a variety of forage crops, but…

Equine Infectious Anemia diagnosed in Aiken Mule

Equine Infectious Anemia diagnosed in Aiken Mule

A mule in Aiken County has tested positive for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), which is caused by a virus related to Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is the first case of…

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