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Grey wins D.W. Brooks Award

Congratulations to Professor Timothy Grey (pictured above), of the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, who recently won the D.W. Brooks Faculty Award for Excellence in Research. The award recognizes his work combatting herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth, or pigweed, and developing weed management strategies to replace a recently banned soil fumigant—methyl bromide. Read more about Dr. Grey.

Spotlight on Tifton student:

 Caitlin Mahoney
Biological Science Major

Caitlin Mahoney has one thing on her mind: Graduation. The Douglasville native began her college career at UGA Tifton after hearing from friends that the university offered biological science as a major. According to Mahoney, transferring from ABAC to UGA was a no brainer. Read Caitlin's student profile.


Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

UGA Extension plant pathologist Bob Kemerait is urging Georgia peanut farmers to plant a month later next year to keep the threat of tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) at bay. Read more about TSWV in peanuts.

Benefits of forage sorghum

John Bernard, an animal and dairy scientist on the UGA Tifton Campus, is studying the benefits of forage sorghum as a supplemental feed for dairy cattle. Sorghum is a drought-tolerant alternative to the irrigated corn that many farmers rely on for dairy feed. Read more about research on alternative forages.

Stink bug app available

A new app, developed for smartphones and tablets by researchers and Extension personnel with University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, allows farmers and scouts to save time and money by finding and using the most effective treatments available for stink bugs. Read more about the new stink bug app.




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