Fried turkeys are moist, but they can cause a fire emergency
Frying a holiday turkey may sound like fun, but it can be tricky. Here are a few tips from University of Georgia experts to help make sure your bird is thoroughly cooked and your holiday doesn't include a trip to the emergency room or a call to the fire department.
UGA Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells optimistic about crop yields
Tropical Storm Irma broke pecan tree limbs, knocked trees down and blew nuts off the trees and out of their shucks when it moved through Georgia in early September, yet University of Georgia Cooperative Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells is still optimistic about this year’s crop. He estimates yields ranging from 85 to 100 million pounds.
UGA training helps keep landscape, tree care workers safe
Using grant funds from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the University of Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture has developed safety training for green industry employees. To date, these programs have reached more than 4,000 workers.
13-year bugs' life cycle comes to a close.Author: April Reese Sorrow, Sharon Dowdy Published 05/12/2011
Summer rains will help wash problem away.Author: William G. Tyson Published 04/28/2011
The mystery is how this Asian native emerged in the southeastern U.S.Author: Jonathan Andrews Published 04/14/2011
Now airing in Georgia, Alabama and Florida, check listing for show times.Author: J. Faith Peppers Published 04/13/2011
Protect yourself and your family from stinging insects.Author: April Reese Sorrow 5FF0 Published 04/07/2011
Daisy destroyers munch on leaves, stems and blossoms.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 03/31/2011
Brood 19 cicadas to emerge en masse in a few weeks.Author: April Reese Sorrow Published 03/17/2011
Insect eating, roach races, cricket spitting, tarantula petting all featured at UGA Insect Zoo.Author: Stephanie Schupska Published 03/17/2011
UGA researchers to speak at Georgia Organics Conference.Author: April Reese Sorrow Published 02/17/2011
UGA researcher looking at mites as key to honeybee decline.Author: April Reese Sorrow Published 02/10/2011