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What would we do without the genus Allium? I am convinced that our kitchens and dinner tables (and literature) would much duller in its absence.

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TIFTON — The UGA cotton research team identified 24 Georgia counties where the presence of cotton leafroll dwarf virus (CLRDV) has been confir…

The wildflower we explore today uses a word familiar in the Bible. In the first chapter of Genesis after each day of creation the phrase “And there was evening and there was morning,. . .” That was followed by the number of the day.

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I hope that you have at some time visited our nation’s capital, and that you would have seen the Supreme Court building. It truly is a magnificent structure, and it has a serious history all on its own, both politically … and structurally.

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I fear that we have a rather indelicate subject for our column this week and it’s not even a plant. It’s a fungus, of course, and something ev…

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I began writing about wildflowers in January 1997. I had already identified about 60 different wildflowers within half a mile of my house in northern Rockdale. By June of that year I had discovered so many other species that I knew I’d have no problem completing the year for the weekly newspaper articles.