Powdery mildew has been detected on South Carolina watermelons, and Clemson University specialist Anthony “Tony” Keinath warns growers to act now to protect their crops.
The Dillon County Health Initiative will be distributing free spring garden plants starting April 11, 2018.
There’s still time. To ensure an accurate representation of the agriculture industry in this country, the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has extended their 2017 Census of Agriculture response deadline through spring, and the Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural (RC) is calling on all farmers and ranchers to participate.
Clemson Extension 4-H would like to announce that 2018 South Carolina 4-H small garden project is officially open for registration!
Applications for the Dillon County Health Initiative’s (DCHI) Growing Good Health are now available until the middle of March.
The Dillon County Health Initiative is pleased to announce the return of our Growing Good Health program for 2018.
NRCS in South Carolina welcomes Marian Jordan, the District Conservationist, to the Dillon USDA Service Center. Marian is a native of Mississippi, and began her career with NRCS as a student intern in 2009.