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 Region Small Fruit Consortium
A consortium of southern land grant universities working together to enhance the development of the small fruit industries in the region.
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.