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  • S.C. landowners to be surveyed about feral hog damage, interactions
    Jonathan Veit | February 26, 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 up in the mailboxes of many South Carolina farmers and rural landowners.

  • Extension, DNR working on coyote control
    Scott Miller | February 25, 2015

    If you listen closely when you turn out the lights for the night, you’re likely to hear a coyote howl. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, in conjunction with Clemson Extension and the S.C. Trappers Association, is hosting a series of workshops throughout the state to teach proper trapping techniques and other methods of coyote control.

  • Clemson monitors weather impact on peaches
    Scott Miller | February 24, 2015
    South Carolina grows around $130 million in peaches a year, according to federal data.

    February’s frigid temperatures could make spring and summer tiring seasons for South Carolina peach growers.

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