Georgia Ag Forecast set to hit the state Jan. 30 through Feb. 7
The Georgia Ag Forecast seminar series will be held Jan. 30 through Feb. 7 at six sites across the state. University of Georgia agricultural economists will present insights into the latest market and regulatory conditions for the state’s largest industry — agriculture.
From the greenhouse to space: Two UGA students head to NASA for high-tech agriculture internships
When the public thinks of NASA, the first images that come to mind are often rockets or satellites. In the future, images of greenhouses might also make the list.
Georgia's peach farmers hoping for colder winter this year
Cooler temperatures are needed this winter to avoid another disastrous peach season, according to Jeff Cook, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension County coordinator in Taylor and Peach counties.
High populations of whiteflies can infect vegetable crops with diseases, like cucurbit leaf crumple virus and tomato yellow curl virus.Author: Julie Jernigan Published 10/03/2017
Diseases could impact yields if farmers don't maintain a stringent treatment program this growing season.Author: Clint Thompson Published 06/22/2017
UGA's Bhabesh Dutta encouraged by first round of research trials testing fumigation against fusarium wilt.Author: Clint Thompson Published 06/06/2017
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
Winter squash are harvested when mature and can be kept in storage for months.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 05/24/2017
Rock Eagle Seed Swap set for March 18.Author: Jessica Cameron Torhan Published 03/09/2017
Compact vegetable varieties make growing produce in small areas easier.Author: Norman Winter Published 03/06/2017
February conference brings together organic growers, experts from across the state.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 02/02/2017
Fast-growing crops have time to grow before spring gardening time arrives.Author: Paul Pugliese Published 01/24/2017
Healthy vines protect watermelons from sun damage during hot Georgia summers.Author: Clint Thompson Published 01/18/2017