Tropical fire ants native to Florida and coastal Georgia thrive with multiple queens

CAES students get opportunity to communicate their research findings

The UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Alumni Association has housed the Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame since 1972

All new growers are encouraged to participate

Atlanta-based company takes home top honor

El Nino could delay planting season for Georgia farmers

The agents interact daily with their farmers and this allows them to get a good feel for what is happening in their counties.

The intersection of increased consumer interest and new technology and research makes it a good time for horticulture students to focus on vegetable production.

UGA researchers are working to understand thIs interaction to breed more sustainable crops.

At least three known truffle species are found in Georgia, and all grow in pecan orchards