Our broad range of research programs creates new tools for scientists around the world and new products for farmers and producers on the ground, generating $144.4 million in economic impact in Georgia and improving agriculture and the environment around the world.
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Enhanced Implementation Of Integrated Management Tactics For Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus In The Southeastern USA
A USDA-AFRI Food Security grant-funded program conducted by University of Georgia, University of Florida and USDA-ARS.
Peanut Information Network System
A USAID Peanut Collaborative Research Support Program funded project, PINS is a Web-based system to distribute information on peanut organizations, peanut related publications and training materials.
Southeastern Ornamental Horticulture Production and Integrated Pest Management
A team of horticulture faculty and extension specialists from 10 universities throughout the southeast partnered with the Center for Applied Nursery Research provide news alerts and tips.
Southern SARE: Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
The Southern region SARE program is hosted by University of Georgia, Fort Valley State University and the Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture in Oklahoma.