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Peanut Farm Show

UGA CAES economists, pathologists and entomologists will provide industry updates.

Author: Published 12/16/2014
Nighttime/Early Morning Spraying

Conditions during nighttime, early morning allow for better treatment of a perennially destructive disease.

Author: Published 12/09/2014
Lesser Corn Stalk Borer

Drought-like conditions contributed to negative insect impact on peanut production.

Author: Published 12/05/2014
Farm Bill Meetings

UGA economists to educate farmers about provisions in new farm bill.

Author: Published 12/04/2014
Statewide Variety Testing

Variety testing occurs at seven different locations across Georgia

Author: Published 11/25/2014
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

Peanut farmers shouldn't be complacent in the fight against tomato spotted wilt virus.

Author: Published 11/12/2014
Spider Mite Damage

Spider mites a major problem for half of Georgia's peanut crop.

Author: Published 10/27/2014
International Outreach

International outreach materials developed by UGA-USAID PMIL personnel.

Author: Published 10/23/2014
Sunbelt Expo

Despite rainy Tuesday, Sunbelt Expo once again a popular attraction for agricultural enthusiasts

Author: Published 10/17/2014
Sunbelt Seals

Sunbelt seals featured in Sunbelt Expo Spotlight State Building

Author: Published 10/15/2014

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