Henry County's Broder family endows global citizenship award to foster global outlook among agriculture students
Swiss immigrants Hans and Margrit Broder honored for their global worldview and dedication to their children.
UGA's new row crop physiologist to focus on peanut research
Physiologist Cristiane Pilon is the newest member of the University of Georgia Peanut Team. Her expertise in the physiological processes of the peanut plant and management of the plant’s stress levels will equip Georgia farmers with tools to produce an even better crop.
CAES students challenged to devise new ways to feed more people with less land and resources
The problems and promise of international agricultural development take center stage at the CAES International Agriculture Reception.
Coral bells make for great companion plants like flowering kale, cabbage or mustard.Author: Norman Winter Published 01/12/2017
UGA Young Scholars Program application period closes Jan. 31Author: Casey Chastain Published 01/09/2017
Lamium comes in close to 30 varieties that grow well in a large part of the U.S.Author: Norman Winter Published 01/04/2017
UGA seminar to focus mainly on water issues in peanut production.Author: Kyle Dawson Published 01/04/2017
Beloved 4-H camp's history documented in 900-page book.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 01/04/2017
In a salad or in the landscape, Swiss chard is a delight for the palate and the eye.Author: Norman Winter Published 12/29/2016
Finger millet feeds millions, but little is known about the ancient plant's genetics.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 12/28/2016
Fourth-year horticulture student wins grant from UGA Office of Sustainability to test smart irrigation system.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 12/28/2016
Columbus' Old Town dazzles with cool-season plantersAuthor: Norman Winter Published 12/22/2016
Even in retirement, UGA poultryman working to improve the lives of poultry farmers.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 12/21/2016