UGArden medicinal herb garden offers a space to learn about medicinal plants
The UGArden medicinal herb garden is just a few rows of a field at the edge of the University of Georgia’s student-run farm, UGArden. But it’s become a refuge for students who want to learn about the benefits of medicinal plants and escape from stress.
Fencing Field Day part of UGA's Better Grazing Project
The University of Georgia Forage Team updated the grazing paddocks on the university’s Black Shank Farm in Tifton, Georgia. In an effort to share the most up-to-date containment options available, the team hosted a Fencing Field Day.
From Toccoa to the state Capitol, UGA student Madison Hickey helps craft policies to help Georgia agriculture
It’s 11 a.m. on Thursday, during the Georgia General Assembly’s spring session, and people from all over the state start to the fill the wide hallways of the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta.
Chilly temps bring hope to Georgia's peach farmers.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 02/01/2018
UGA experts say pollinators like flowers in shade gardens, too.Author: Paul Pugliese, Elizabeth Benton Published 12/15/2017
Georgia's peach crop requires a number of chill hours to produce each year.Author: Clint Thompson Published 11/27/2017
Tropical Storm Irma made peach trees lean, but with support, they can be righted.Author: Dario Chavez Published 09/29/2017
High-chill peach varieties not expected to bloom until late March or mid-April.Author: Julia Rodriguez Published 03/27/2017
By saving seeds, gardeners can save money and grow the same fruit their ancestors did.Author: Josh Fuder Published 09/22/2016
Ag commissioner, UGA leaders see peaches, sod and seeds up-closeAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 09/07/2016
GMOs undergo years of safety testing and have been proven safe before they make it to the supermarket.Author: Wayne Parrott Published 08/18/2016
Low-cost farm business, small-fruit production and small ruminant training offered this fall across Georgia.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 07/27/2016
UGA researchers breed consumers' likes into future peach varieties.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 07/21/2016