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Late Freeze Stymies this Popular Georgia Fruit

Late Freeze Stymies this Popular Georgia Fruit

While Georgia might be known as the Peach State, it's blueberries that are king when it comes to fruit production over the past decade.... More
2022 Asparagus Harvest is in the Homestretch

2022 Asparagus Harvest is in the Homestretch

Asparagus harvest is in the homestretch at one of the 100-plus Michigan family farms that grow the spears.... More
2022 Historic Late Freeze Almost Prevented Large Yields

2022 Historic Late Freeze Almost Prevented Large Yields

Georgia peaches are currently being harvested. As Damon Jones reports, it's a crop that growers weren't so sure they'd ever see due to a historic late freeze.... More
Cucurbit IPM - Part 2 Wilt Diseases

Cucurbit IPM - Part 2 Wilt Diseases

Discussion about the cucumber beetle vectored bacterial wilt disease, fusarium wilt and phytophthora crown and fruit rot.... More
Apple Insect Management at Petal Fall

Apple Insect Management at Petal Fall

A talk by Dr. Monique Rivera presented at the 2022 Petal Fall Meeting.... More
The USDA People

The USDA People's Garden Reopens

A short recap of the celebration at USDA on May 3, 2022.... More
Potential Pitfalls of Urban Farming

Potential Pitfalls of Urban Farming

Just a few miles away lies a pocket of unincorporated county land, and another neighborhood farm – Dogpatch Urban Gardens – which also felt blindsided by bureaucracy in the recent past.... More

Soil Borne Disease Series: Club Root

Soil Borne Disease Series: Club Root

A short video presented by Dr Len Tesoriero on the identification, causes and management of club root... More
Ranger Nick: How Do You Pronounce the Word Pecan?

Ranger Nick: How Do You Pronounce the Word Pecan?

Whether you say PEE-can or puh-CON, they're important in Georgia. This month Ranger Nick learns about sprayer calibration, as well as disease and insect problems producers face during the pecan growing season.... More
Timber Harvesting Operation Has Proven Beneficial

Timber Harvesting Operation Has Proven Beneficial

For Trevor Crosby, the logging business is something that's been instilled in him since birth, so much so that eight years ago, when he was just twenty years old, he decided to start his own logging operation.... More
Research Plays Important Role in Future of the Pecan Crop

Research Plays Important Role in Future of the Pecan Crop

Georgia is one of the top states for pecan production, so it's important for growers to stay up to date on all the latest research, industry information, and equipment to make them as productive and efficient as possible.... More
Beneficial Tachinid Flies Help Control Corn Ear Worms in Hemp

Beneficial Tachinid Flies Help Control Corn Ear Worms in Hemp

Dr. Armando Falcon-Brindis is studying how when Corn Ear worms feed on hemp, beneficial Tachinid flies lay eggs on the worms.... More
The Life of a Beekeeper

The Life of a Beekeeper

Why would anyone want to become a beekeeper? Your back will probably hurt; you will overheat; and you will surely suffer some bee stings. Yet, beekeepers have been at it for thousands of years. Local beekeeper Joe Hurley will discuss the attraction of honey bees and relate some of his beekeeping... More
What is Bacterial Streak and Bulb Rot in Onions?

What is Bacterial Streak and Bulb Rot in Onions?

It’s a bacterial disease dubbed the ‘onion devourer’ by UGA researchers. Damon Jones tells us what this discovery means for the industry and what growers can do to mitigate their risks with planting season right around the corner.... More
Wrapping up 2021 in grapes with Miravis® Prime

Wrapping up 2021 in grapes with Miravis® Prime

Horticulture Specialist Eric Phillips shares what he saw from Miravis Prime fungicide in grapes throughout the 2021 season.... More
Community Gardening in a Changing Climate

Community Gardening in a Changing Climate

As the climate changes, food production faces increasing challenges, making innovative and equitable solutions for growing and accessing healthy food all the more important for communities across Waterloo region.... More
Wrapping up 2021 in fruit and Miravis Prime

Wrapping up 2021 in fruit and Miravis Prime

Horticulture Specialist Hank Markgraf gives a quick run-down of the 2021 season, talking about tough growing conditions and Miravis® Prime fungicide performance in grapes and blueberries.... More
Ontario Apple Packline Process

Ontario Apple Packline Process

Apples are gently washed and float down the packline getting ready to head to grocery stores.... More
Cavendish Farms Growing Our Best in Southwestern Ontario

Cavendish Farms Growing Our Best in Southwestern Ontario

For its residents, “rain or shine” is an all-too-familiar term. And for the onions and other vegetables grown in the region.... More
Monosem 10 Row Carrot Precision Seeder - High Tunnel Planting

Monosem 10 Row Carrot Precision Seeder - High Tunnel Planting

Monosem Precision Custom Built Seeders and Planter - Most Important Pass - Accuracy Matters... More
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