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Agriculture Tour

Pardue, along with UGA Provost Pam Whitten, toured sites in Jesup, Screven, Douglas, Doerun and Albany.

Author: Published 04/20/2016
Peanut Insects

Farmers should scout peanut fields for insects and damage to determine severity and treatment.

Author: Published 03/29/2016
Georgia Farmer of the Year

Balancing tradition and change has been the secret to Sylvania farmer's success.

Author: Published 03/18/2016
Sicklepod Weed

Sicklepod's self-pollinating trait makes it an especially threatening weed for Georgia peanut producers.

Author: Published 03/09/2016
5FED February's Variable Rains

As winter ends, Georgia is still warmer and wetter than normal.

Author: Published 03/03/2016
Peanut Genome

Ancestral ground nuts help researchers piece together the genome of the modern peanut.

Author: Published 02/23/2016
Planning Ahead

Cotton and peanut planting may not be for another two months or so, but farmers need to be preparing their equipment.

Author: Published 02/17/2016
Drift Complaints

UGA, Georgia Department of Agriculture offering trainings for Georgia growers this winter.

Author: Published 02/16/2016
Peanut Planting

Growers advised to wait for soil temperatures to reach 68 degrees for three straight days before beginning planting.

Author: Published 02/11/2016
Soil Sampling

Soil sampling reveals the nutrients available to farmers before applying fertilizer.

Author: Published 02/03/2016

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