While many of us spend spring planning our summer vacations, dozens of College of Agricultural and Environmental
University of Georgia food microbiologists have created a cloud-based software tool that can quickly classify
Dozens of calls and samples of roses with a variety of leaf problems are coming into the University of
The University of Georgia's newest entomologist is eyeing a different approach to studying insects in multiple
Published in Georgia Gardening
The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia's food hub, housed in its Rabun County facility, will be the first in…
Published in Georgia Gardening
In agricultural circles, it seems few topics can ruffle more feathers or start more shouting matches than talk
Published in Georgia Gardening
March 2015 was warmer and drier than usual for most of Georgia. While the warmth encouraged rapid growth of
Published in Georgia Gardening
Add this to the list of things that Georgians already knew. Collards are good for us, and go with…
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