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Irrigation Maintenance Proper irrigation maintenance helps farmers avoid system malfunctions during the growing season. Published February 20, 2018Author:

To avoid disaster due to subfreezing winter temperatures, leaky pipes and uninvited rodents, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension irrigation specialist Wes Porter recommends that Georgia growers inspect their irrigation systems before planting their crops this spring.

Farming Workshop Feb. 28 event will introduce producers to U.S. Department of Agriculture programs and loans. Published February 20, 2018Author:

The Farm Again program will host a workshop to introduce potential farmers to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs and loans at the University of Georgia Tifton campus on Wednesday, Feb. 28.

Andress Honored Georgia FCS teachers honor leader of UGA's statewide home food processing and preservation program. Published February 19, 2018Author:

The Georgia Association of Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences has named Elizabeth Andress, professor of foods and nutrition in the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS), the organization’s Postsecondary Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher of the Year.

Research Assistant Dean Weed scientist joins University of Georgia ag school as assistant dean. Published February 19, 2018Author:

Beginning March 1, Robert N. Stougaard will be the assistant dean of research for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He will be responsible for the overall supervision of the college’s seven research centers and farms and three major agricultural experiment stations located across the state.

Flavor of Georgia Finalists Thirty-three finalists selected for UGA's annual food product competition. Published February 19, 2018Author:

Judges selected 33 products to compete in the final round of the University of Georgia’s 2018 Flavor of Georgia Food Product Contest in Atlanta set for March 20. The contest is the state’s premier proving ground for small, upstart food companies as well as time-tested products. This year’s finalists represent all corners of the state and the best of Georgia’s diverse culinary heritage.

Seed Shopping Add some unique vegetables to your spring garden by ordering through a seed catalog. Published February 15, 2018Author:

It may be too cold to plant seeds, but it's perfect weather for snuggling up in a fluffy blanket with a large mug of coffee and some seed catalogs. Seed catalogs are a great place to find new varieties to experiment with when planning next season’s garden. Knobby pumpkins, feathery foliage, mini-cabbages and unusually colored vegetables are just a few of the unusual seeds you might choose.

Conservation Innovation Grant The grant supports UGA CAES research on the Tifton campus through July 2020. Published February 15, 2018Author:

A $198,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-sponsored Conservation Innovation Grant will support ongoing University of Georgia research on cover crops and the effects of those crops on water quality and availability for row crop production.

Stroke Treatment Human clinical trials could begin as early as next year on UGA-developed stroke treatment. Published February 15, 2018Author:

A team of researchers at the University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center and ArunA Biomedical, a UGA startup company, have developed a new treatment for stroke that reduces brain damage and accelerates the brain’s natural healing tendencies in animal models.

Flower Gardens Growing cut flowers at home is possible with the right knowledge. Published February 15, 2018Author:

If you didn’t get the flowers you were hoping for this Valentine’s Day, there’s one way to ensure that you’ll never go without: Grow your own. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension has many resources to help you create a cut-flower garden that can provide you with a gorgeous pick-me-up bouquet, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or any other day.

Flower Gadens These 15 flowers make great additions to Georgia landscapes and to spring centerpieces. Published February 15, 2018Author:

Cultivating a cut-flower garden in the backyard not only adds beauty to the kitchen table but also to the landscape. Here are a few flowers that thrive in Georgia's climate and make great flowers to display in vases.


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Formerly referred to as FACES, our media newswire continues to feature stories from the CAES news team relating to family, agricultural, consumer and environmental sciences, as well as UGA Extension news.

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