CAES student-grown poinsettias will be ready for pick up Dec. 2
Students in UGA’s Tau chapter of Pi Alpha Xi Horticultural Honor Society is gearing up for its annual poinsettia sale from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Dec. 4 at Greenhouse 13 on Riverbend Road.
Doug Bailey, UGA horticulture department head, named CAES assistant dean for academic affairs
For three decades, University of Georgia horticulture Professor and Department Head Doug Bailey has helped to shape the careers of future horticulturists. Now, he’ll use that experience to help guide the academic and professional careers of students across UGA's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Wayne Parrott named AAAS Fellow
University of Georgia Professor of crop and soil sciences Wayne Allen Parrott has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, an honor bestowed by his peers for “scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.”
Pardue, along with UGA Provost Pam Whitten, toured sites in Jesup, Screven, Douglas, Doerun and Albany.Author: Clint Thompson Published 04/20/2016
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Balancing tradition and change has been the secret to Sylvania farmer's success.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 03/18/2016
Sicklepod's self-pollinating trait makes it an especially threatening weed for Georgia peanut producers.Author: Clint Thompson Published 03/09/2016
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Ancestral ground nuts help researchers piece together the genome of the modern peanut.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 02/23/2016
Cotton and peanut planting may not be for another two months or so, but farmers need to be preparing their equipment.Author: Clint Thompson Published 02/17/2016
UGA, Georgia Department of Agriculture offering trainings for Georgia growers this winter.Author: Clint Thompson Published 02/16/2016
Growers advised to wait for soil temperatures to reach 68 degrees for three straight days before beginning planting.Author: Clint Thompson Published 02/11/2016
Soil sampling reveals the nutrients available to farmers before applying fertilizer.Author: Clint Thompson Published 02/03/2016