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Irrigation Outreach

Research-based irrigation practices take center stage in increasing efficiency of Georgia's farms.

Author: Published 10/11/2017
Coastal Study

Owning and maintaining coastal property comes with risks, like evacuating when hurricanes arrive.

Author: Published 10/05/2017
4-H Week

From governors to country music artists to business leaders, Georgia 4-H has helped young people become confident adults.

Author: Published 10/05/2017
Presidential Garden

Master Gardeners revitalize butterfly garden located at former President Jimmy Carter's home in Plains, Georgia.

Author: Published 10/04/2017
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Whitefly management

High populations of whiteflies can infect vegetable crops with diseases, like cucurbit leaf crumple virus and tomato yellow curl virus.

Author: Published 10/03/2017
New Biofuels

UGA joins $15 million multistate partnership to foster new industry around carinata-based biofuels in the southern U.S. 

Author: Published 10/03/2017
Leaning Trees

Tropical Storm Irma made peach trees lean, but with support, they can be righted.

Author: Published 09/29/2017
Alumni Awards

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences alumni gather to celebrate the college and recognize their friends.

Author: Published 09/28/2017
Cotton Crop

UGA Extension Agronomist Jared Whitaker says cotton that is blown over is susceptible to boll rot.

Author: Published 09/26/2017
Horticulture Field Day

Ornamental research shines during Durham Horticulture Farm open house.

Author: Published 09/25/2017

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