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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — It’s time to fertilize warm-season grass like Bermuda and zoysia, and cool-weather grass like bluegrass and fescue should be getting a second application, a University of Tennessee plant soil specialist said Monday. Dr. John R. Jared says fescue and bluegrass need fertilizer March 15 and May 1. These two grasses, which grow


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Three University of Tennessee computer support operations will be merged into a single unit May 1, a UT-Knoxville vice chancellor said Monday. The new Office of Administrative Information Systems will include the Student Academic Management Systems (SAMS), the university-wide office of Administrative Data Systems, and an element of the Knoxville campus Administrative


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Sarah Allison Hofler is the first recipient of the Ruth Huenemann Fellowship in the College of Human Ecology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Huenemann, a former faculty member, helped start the public health nutrition program. The fellowship, created in her honor, recognizes an outstanding graduate student. Hofler is from Garden City, N.Y.,