UGA urges farmers, agricultural workers to combat pepper weevils
Pepper weevils are such a threat to Georgia’s pepper crop that University of Georgia vegetable entomologist David Riley says Georgia farmers and agricultural workers should immediately kill any weevils found on fruit, equipment or clothes.
UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students to spend summer working at U.S. Capitol
Seven University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) students have embarked on the opportunity of a lifetime: serving as Congressional Agricultural Fellows in Washington, D.C.
UGA researchers travel Down Under to collect raspberry and peach seeds
University of Georgia horticulturists Rachel Itle and Dario Chavez recently travelled to Australia to collect seeds from wild raspberries and peaches to bring back to the UGA Griffin campus. As scientists in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Itle and Chavez research Georgia-grown fruit.
UGA's pecan blog addresses a variety of production topics in a timely manner.Author: Clint Thompson Published 07/01/2015
Clinic participants will learn about two different grafting types — bark and banana, or four-flap.Author: Clint Thompson Published 04/09/2015
Mother Nature impacts state's pecan productionAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 01/12/2015
Dry summer helped save pecan crop in Georgia.Author: Clint Thompson Published 10/28/2014
Increasing resistance to fungicides makes scab disease a major concern for Georgia's pecan farmers.Author: Clint Thompson Published 10/09/2014
Field day caters to pecan growers in southern corner of the state.Author: Maggie Dudacek Published 08/14/2014
Prionus root borers can deprive pecan tree roots of waterAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 03/24/2014
Following last year's poor pecan crop, '14 could be even worse for Georgia farmersAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 03/18/2014
Direct payments eliminated in this year's farm billAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 02/06/2014
UGA pecan researchers attempting to breed scab-resistant varietiesAuthor: Clint Thompson Published 01/02/2014