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Upper Floridan Aquifer

Researchers using multi-faceted approach to study the sustainability of the Upper Floridan Aquifer, water reserves for Florida and south Georgia.

Author: Published 08/29/2017
Record Highs

Drought expands in southern Georgia as Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah all record their warmest April on record.

Author: Published 05/10/2017
Storm Damage

Limited irrigation means could require farmers to change crop selection for upcoming season.

Author: Published 02/02/2017
Peanut Farm Show

UGA seminar to focus mainly on water issues in peanut production.

Author: Published 01/04/2017
Cover Crops

Despite recent rains, UGA Cooperative Extension irrigation specialist Wes Porter cautions farmers about planting cover crops.

Author: Published 12/07/2016
Drought & Plants

Gardeners can add new plant materials under drought restrictions

Author: Published 11/21/2016
Rain Simulator

Project coordinated by UGA scientists is studying effects that rain and runoff have on growing vegetables in plasticulture systems in Georgia.

Author: Published 11/10/2016
New Turf Researcher

Jespersen studies what stresses turfgrass while adjusting to life on the UGA Griffin campus.

Author: Published 10/18/2016
Wet soil

Rain from hurricane leaves Georgia fields, lawns waterlogged.

Author: Published 10/13/2016
Mold control

Control moisture indoors to keep mold at bay, UGA Extension expert says.

Author: Published 10/13/2016

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