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Black Shank Disease

New tobacco varieties may have greater resistance to black shank, a fungus that turns the tobacco plant yellow as it wilts and dies.

Author: Published 06/06/2017
'Cowboy' Perennial Peanut

Cultivar provides vital nutrients, helps to control erosion and produces a vibrant flower, making it a versatile option for homeowners.

Author: Published 06/01/2017
GRA Distinguished Investigator

Peanut geneticist David Bertioli joins UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

Author: Published 06/01/2017
Feeding the World

“Feeding the World: Agricultural Research in the Twenty-First Century" details Buchanan's ideas on the future of agricultural research.

Author: Published 06/01/2017
5586 AGL 2017-2019

Farmers, foresters and ag professionals selected for 2017-2019 class of AGL.

Author: Published 05/25/2017
Squash Struggles

Best bet for squash-growing is to plant resistant varieties and take a break in the height of summer.

Author: Published 05/24/2017
Winter Squash

Winter squash are harvested when mature and can be kept in storage for months.

Author: Published 05/24/2017
Scouting Schools

Annual trainings help farmers and consultants learn how to diagnose insect damage on cotton, peanuts and soybeans.

Author: Published 05/24/2017
Room to Grow

Aerification helps turfgrass green-up, lets air and moisture get to root zone.

Author: Published 05/18/2017
Congressional Fellows

CAES students learn the ropes in Washington, D.C., through Congressional Agricultural Fellows program.

Author: Published 05/17/2017

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