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Warm Winter Blues

Low chill hours, early blooms and soggy soil marked the end of 2015 in Georgia fruit and nut fields.

Author: Published 01/07/2016
Radon Testing

Deadly gas can be detected by inexpensive test, UGA experts say.

Author: Published 01/07/2016
December 2015

December's high temperatures and above average rainfall played havoc with Georgia farmers.

Author: Published 01/07/2016
November Rains

Copious rain hampered farmers' harvest and impeded field preparations for winter.

Author: Published 12/04/2015
Irrigation In Peanuts

UGA Cooperative Extension encourages farmers to regularly check soil moisture.

Author: Published 11/11/2015
D.W. Brooks Lecture

Sanjaya Rajaram, wheat breeder who pioneered open-source biotechnology, to present UGA lecture

Author: Published 10/26/2015
September Climate

September ended on a rainy note but overall, it was drier than normal

Author: Published 10/08/2015
Canoeing and Pioneer Skills

Families invited to hit the lake in a canoe and brush up on their pioneer skills at Rock Eagle.

Author: Published 10/05/2015
Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation

With sub-surface drip irrigation, water efficiency is increased up to 95 percent.

Author: Published 08/26/2015
Late-Planted Soybeans

Low commodity prices force growers to consider viable alternatives.

Author: Published 08/19/2015

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