UGA student attends Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development Conference
When Maria Moore learned that scholarships were available to attend the Future Leaders Forum sponsored by the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development (AIARD), she immediately applied.
Freshly tilled soil yields historical surprise
While digging in his home garden, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agent Josh Fuder find what he believes to be an arrowhead. UGA experts say his find is likely used a corner-notch spear point from the Middle Archaic Period (5000-3000 B.C.).
First UGA student begins study at Italy's University of Padova as part of dual master's degree program
Growing up in Tifton, Georgia, Logan Moore knew that he would follow the family tradition of earning his associate degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Remaining in his hometown and earning his bachelor’s degree in agriscience and environmental systems from the University of Georgia Tifton campus made sense, too.
UGA Extension specialists will offer aspiring wine makers a crash course on the wine industry August 16.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 06/21/2017
UGA's organic agriculture researchers host farm tour in Watkinsville on June 29.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 06/14/2017
Best bet for squash-growing is to plant resistant varieties and take a break in the height of summer.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 05/24/2017
Gardeners who love butterflies will have a passion for the paloverde.Author: Norman Winter 5FF4 Published 05/11/2017
Student's remote moisture sensor design helps snag $10,000 in capital for budding precision agriculture business.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 04/27/2017
UGA professor recognized for her advanced biotechnology work to improve peanut.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 04/27/2017
Although it's an annual plant, emperor's candlestick can be grown year after year if you save its seeds.Author: Norman Winter Published 03/30/2017
New flowering quince varieties produce blooms as big as tennis balls.Author: Norman Winter Published 03/09/2017
Compact vegetable varieties make growing produce in small areas easier.Author: Norman Winter Published 03/06/2017
Director of the Trial Gardens at UGA wins lifetime achievement award from Georgia's green industry.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 03/02/2017