UGArden medicinal herb garden offers a space to learn about medicinal plants
The UGArden medicinal herb garden is just a few rows of a field at the edge of the University of Georgia’s student-run farm, UGArden. But it’s become a refuge for students who want to learn about the benefits of medicinal plants and escape from stress.
Fencing Field Day part of UGA's Better Grazing Project
The University of Georgia Forage Team updated the grazing paddocks on the university’s Black Shank Farm in Tifton, Georgia. In an effort to share the most up-to-date containment options available, the team hosted a Fencing Field Day.
From Toccoa to the state Capitol, UGA student Madison Hickey helps craft policies to help Georgia agriculture
It’s 11 a.m. on Thursday, during the Georgia General Assembly’s spring session, and people from all over the state start to the fill the wide hallways of the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta.
UGA Extension agent uncovers an ancient relic while taking a walk through his garden.Author: Josh Fuder Published 06/22/2017
Small, starry florets bloom from the very resilient and low maintenance pineapple lily.Author: Norman Winter Published 06/22/2017
Infected seed can spread bacterial blight disease in cotton.Author: Clint Thompson Published 06/22/2017
UGA Tifton graduate heads to Italy to pursue dual master's degree in sustainable agriculture.Author: Denise Horton Published 06/22/2017
Annual corn boil lunch set for June 27 at J. Phil Campbell Research and Education Center.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 06/14/2017
UGA's organic agriculture researchers host farm tour in Watkinsville on June 29.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 06/14/2017
Student-organized crop tour helps CAES grad students explore the opportunities after graduation.Author: Merritt Melancon, Russell Ingram Published 06/12/2017
Gardeners will carry a torch if they plant a cluster of vibrant African blood lilies.Author: Norman Winter Published 06/08/2017
UGA's Bhabesh Dutta encouraged by first round of research trials testing fumigation against fusarium wilt.Author: Clint Thompson Published 06/06/2017
New tobacco varieties may have greater resistance to black shank, a fungus that turns the tobacco plant yellow as it wilts and dies.Author: Julia Rodriguez Published 06/06/2017