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Brad Haire

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Brad Haire is the former news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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01/12/12 - Peanut prices hold strong, 2012 acreage still question 12/21/11 - FACES delivers top news stories of 2011 12/15/11 - Camellias store valuable, tasty cooking oil 12/08/11 - What is the right way to say 'pecan'? 11/23/11 - Do you know a conservation-minded farmer? 11/17/11 - UGA readies Ga. National Guard ag team for Afghanistan (Video) 11/09/11 - High prices, new website help Southeast cattlemen weather risk 11/03/11 - UGA streamlines high-tech irrigation system 10/27/11 - Georgia's most valuable pecan crop ever? 10/20/11 - Georgia peanut farmers face volatile yields 10/20/11 - Weather dampens Sunbelt Expo 10/13/11 - Peanut farmers dig higher prices 10/05/11 - Georgia Peanut Tour celebrates silver anniversary 09/22/11 - UGA showcases cotton, peanut research 09/15/11 - Despite drought, Georgia corn yields could break record 08/11/11 - UGA cotton, peanut field day set for Sept. 7 in Tifton 08/11/11 - NASCAR's Kenny Wallace champions ethanol at Southeast Bioenergy Conference 07/28/11 - NASCAR driver to headline SE bioenergy conference in Tifton, Ga. 07/21/11 - Georgia peanut acreage takes dive 06/30/11 - Drought puts squeeze on Georgia pecans 06/16/11 - Drought tightens grip on Georgia farmers 06/13/11 - Drought management for cattlemen workshop set 05/12/11 - Georgia tobacco gets surprise bump 03/31/11 - Farmers face dwindling supply of important farm chemical 03/28/11 - Georgia peanut assessment vote deadline is April 15 03/03/11 - Native plant and wildflower symposium set for Tifton 01/20/11 - UGA ag experts to remotely aid Haitian farmers 12/23/10 - FACES 2010 Year in Review 12/16/10 - Cold-weather crops weather cold-weather snap just fine 11/18/10 - China's demand pushes pecan prices to historic highs 10/28/10 - Farmers eye plump crop prices next year 10/21/10 - Georgia farmer picked best in Southeast 10/14/10 - Workshops to help Georgia farmers handle new EPA regs 09/23/10 - Bad weather can hit Georgia anytime, anywhere 09/16/10 - UGA Tifton lab sleuths plant viruses 08/26/10 - Georgia pecan, tobacco farmers eye unexpectedly good crops 08/05/10 - Southeast ready for bioenergy boom 07/15/10 - Summer weather treats Georgia row-crops well 07/01/10 - Pigweed still threatens to root out Georgia cotton 06/24/10 - World Cup soccer players kick it on UGA turfgrass 06/17/10 - Nip school bullying in the bud 05/27/10 - Deadly watermelon plant disease lurks under Georgia soil 05/06/10 - Ag energy research center breaks ground in Tifton 04/01/10 - UGA team initiates ag development in Haiti 02/18/10 - Stop veggie diseases before they start 02/04/10 - Vidalia Onions struggle through wet Georgia winter 12/03/09 - Georgia farmers harvest record yields 12/02/09 - UGA researcher sleuths stink bug's on-farm travels 11/20/09 - Farm breaks new ground to help disabled Georgia farmers 11/15/09 - Soggy summer dampens Georgia pecan harvest 10/29/09 - Major buyer quits Georgia tobacco 10/22/09 - UGA spotlights education at 32nd Sunbelt Expo 10/13/09 - Contenders sought for ag stewardship award 09/03/09 - Georgia farms will need more water in the future 08/27/09 - UGA cotton and peanut field day Sept. 9 in Tifton 08/13/09 - Experts discuss breaking US's oil addiction 07/23/09 - UGA field day Aug. 19 at Midville, Ga., farm 07/16/09 - Georgia tobacco yields worst in decades 07/07/09 - Teach children to eat for health 06/25/09 - Soggy spring weather wallops Georgia wheat 06/18/09 - Bioenergy conference set for Aug. 11 in Tifton, Ga. 06/05/09 - Peanut’s sleep habit helps farmers fight diseases 06/04/09 - Use credit wisely 05/14/09 - Scientists look for melon disease ‘smoking gun’ 04/23/09 - Volatile spring weather whips Georgia crops 04/16/09 - The handy-man special on ‘Gardening in Georgia’ 04/14/09 - Fewer nuts could equal more money for pecan farmers 03/24/09 - UGA receives $959,000 for peanut research 03/09/09 - Spring’s best time to find invasive cogongrass 02/19/09 - UGA scientist ready to make better biofuel plants 01/22/09 - Recall adds to peanut stockpile 12/23/08 - 2008 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 12/18/08 - Keep exposed pipes and hoses protected 12/09/08 - Cost to grow crops most in history 10/16/08 - UGA research helps farmers ‘hire’ the best cotton 10/16/08 - Ga. Gov: Agriculture can brace economic recovery 08/28/08 - UGA leads effort to swat down major vegetable disease 08/14/08 - Bioenergy buffs tout industry at Georgia conference 07/03/08 - Bioenergy conference set for Aug. 12 in Tifton, Ga. 05/15/08 - South Georgia vegetable farmer honored by CAES 05/15/08 - Georgia volunteers needed for rain gauge network 04/30/08 - Peach field day May 22 in Attapulgus 04/17/08 - UGA researcher tracks pollen, resistant trait 04/03/08 - UGA center to fight invasive species 03/20/08 - Turfgrass conf. May 5-6 in Tifton 03/06/08 - Speculators drive cotton prices high 03/03/08 - Landscape bidding workshops March 13-14 in Athens 02/21/08 - Gardeners can prevent some vegetable diseases 01/24/08 - Virtual peanut farms provide real answers 01/22/08 - Invasive weed conference Feb. 22 in Tifton 01/10/08 - Peaches welcomed cold snap, but need more 01/02/08 - Georgia Cotton Conference in Tifton Jan. 29-30 12/21/07 - 2007 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 12/13/07 - Farmers to see higher crop prices in ‘08 11/29/07 - UGA dairy herd eats Thanksgiving meal every day 11/08/07 - Whitefly swarms swat Georgia tomato crop 10/31/07 - Winterize outdoor pipes now, before they freeze 10/18/07 - UGA research to keep farm children safer 10/18/07 - UGA scientists laud biofuel at Sunbelt Expo 10/11/07 - Drought cuts Georgia cattle’s winter food supply 10/11/07 - Georgia peanut crop coming in better than expected 09/27/07 - Developing biofuel grass, scientists seek samples 09/13/07 - Project to use sun, wind to pump water to cattle 08/30/07 - Ag, forestry transfers get special priority at UGA 08/23/07 - Hordes of whiteflies hitting Georgia farmers hard 08/16/07 - Good crop shows life left in Georgia tobacco 08/09/07 - Surprise: Georgia pecan crop may be best in years 08/02/07 - Muscadine field day set Aug. 16 in Tifton 08/02/07 - Gov. Perdue champions homegrown bioenergy 07/26/07 - Nuclear fingerprint helps identify pollution source 07/11/07 - Parents can help deal with school bullies 06/28/07 - Georgia watermelon harvest hits full throttle 06/21/07 - Southeast Bioenergy Conference starts July 31 in Tifton 06/14/07 - Harvest starts on sweeter, pricier Georgia peaches 05/24/07 - Planting lags, crops wither in Georgia drought 05/17/07 - Georgia farmers struggle to feed herds in drought 05/10/07 - Greens growers constantly battle diamondback moths 04/26/07 - Years of research net list of Deep South conifers 04/12/07 - Wintry spring weather waylays Georgia crops 04/05/07 - Georgia farmers plan to plant more corn, soybeans 03/22/07 - Tiny creatures indicate river’s health 03/15/07 - UGA helping update farm irrigation contact info 03/12/07 - Georgia Tobacco Commission vote deadline March 28 03/08/07 - Scientists seeking help locating invasive plants 03/01/07 - Georgia farmers eyeing new pests in soybean 'boom' 02/22/07 - Prevention key to vegetable garden disease control 02/08/07 - Disease keeps tobacco growers' profit window small 02/01/07 - AgrAbility geared to aid farmers with disabilities 01/25/07 - Georgia farmers happy with high early corn prices 01/11/07 - Georgia peach growers happy to see cooler weather 01/04/07 - Farm practice saving county’s dirt roads 12/22/06 - 2006 in review: Georgia FACES news highlights 12/07/06 - UGA CAES Students learn about Washington firsthand 11/30/06 - Georgia’s 2006 vegetable season a volatile one 10/12/06 - Winterize outdoor pipes now, before they freeze 09/21/06 - UGA irrigation technology studied in other states 09/14/06 - Georgia pastures recuperate with rain 09/07/06 - Weather-trimmed peanut crop may have silver lining 08/09/06 - Georgia pecan harvest could be smallest in years 08/03/06 - Oil-driven energy era coming to end, experts say 08/03/06 - Perdue urges scaling up development of biofuels 07/20/06 - Bioenergy conference August 1-3 in Tifton, Ga. 07/19/06 - Don't ignore bullying at school 07/06/06 - Georgia peach crop extra sweet this year 06/29/06 - Scientists studying ways to put biomass to work 06/22/06 - UGA economist studying rural lands' variant values 06/15/06 - Summer workshops focus on marketing cattle 06/13/06 - Old disease coming back to haunt 'new' watermelons 06/01/06 - 'Little Girl' fading, Georgia thunderstorms coming 05/25/06 - Trellis home vegetables for better fruit, harvest 05/25/06 - Georgia-Florida tobacco tour planned June 12-14 05/18/06 - Conference aims to lead youths out of poverty 04/27/06 - Quality of Georgia farmers' cotton crop improving 04/20/06 - Research results: pick no peanut before its time 04/13/06 - UGA experts refining fumigant alternative 04/06/06 - Don't let lawn suffer through dry spells 03/30/06 - Georgia farmers told farm bill likely to change 03/23/06 - Georgia corn growers must make most of 2006 crop 03/22/06 - Farm bill hearing slated March 28 in Valdosta, Ga. 03/16/06 - Researcher uses RFID to water crops better 02/23/06 - Deadly soybean disease surviving winter in Georgia 02/16/06 - Fight harvest-robbing diseases in vegetable garden 02/16/06 - Conservation programs workshops on March 4, 11 02/09/06 - Crop disease risk high on winter bug count 01/31/06 - Georgia peach growers hoping for more chill hours 01/19/06 - UGA Tifton students honored for service excellence 01/12/06 - High costs will put squeeze on farm profits in '06 01/05/06 - Student group awarded big consulting 'contract' 12/22/05 - Georgia corn short course Jan. 26 in Tifton 12/21/05 - Suwannee River Watershed Summit set for Jan. 25 12/21/05 - Conservation tillage conference Feb. 7-8 in Tifton 12/14/05 - Georgia farmers confront new soybean threat 12/01/05 - 'Buggy year' costs Georgia farmers 11/23/05 - Fall capping rebound year for vegetable growers 11/10/05 - Tobacco disease meeting set Nov. 29 in Tifton 11/07/05 - Farmers can benefit as rural Georgia goes wireless 10/27/05 - Time to winterize outdoor pipes 10/13/05 - 'Wasp Hound' uses tiny insects to track scents 10/06/05 - Farm policy listening session at Expo Oct. 18 10/05/05 - UGA ‘UnWired’ conference in Tifton Nov. 1-2 09/29/05 - Dry month, disease battering Georgia peanut crop 09/27/05 - Georgia growers eyeing nation's top pecan harvest 09/15/05 - Rural wireless conference set Nov. 1-2 in Tifton 09/13/05 - Resistant pigweed plagues central Georgia cotton 09/08/05 - Field day to show ways to reduce toxic chemicals 08/24/05 - 4-H project 'Operation Boiled Peanuts' under way 08/12/05 - U.S. peanut farmers likely to produce record crop 08/04/05 - Perceptions of Brazil expand for students abroad 07/21/05 - Don't ignore bullying at school 06/28/05 - UGA study using diet to help dairy cows keep cool 06/15/05 - Heavy rain, diseases hit Georgia tobacco crop 06/02/05 - Georgia vegetables late, but in good supply 06/01/05 - Two cattle marketing workshops set for summer 05/26/05 - UGA scientists help Amerindians grow peanuts 05/19/05 - Import limits may not help Georgia cotton farmers 05/12/05 - Weather helps planting of big Georgia peanut crop 05/05/05 - African group tours UGA, agricultural facilities 04/28/05 - Cool weather delaying Vidalia onions, watermelons 04/20/05 - Don't let lawn suffer through summer dry spells 04/14/05 - Georgia sees variable spring weather 04/01/05 - Exotic, invasive plants threaten Georgia's forests 03/28/05 - Georgia tobacco farmers enter transition year 03/24/05 - Geogia corn farmers kick off new growing season 03/24/05 - Irvin to deliver 2005 Rod Ziemer Lecture 03/14/05 - Georgia salutes No. 1 industry March 21-25 03/10/05 - Training marks start of state agrosecurity network 03/09/05 - Georgia corn farmers to vote March 1-30 03/03/05 - Study group explores Brazilian, Argentine farming 02/24/05 - Farm experts to monitor new soybean disease 02/24/05 - Protect veggies from diseases, reap harvest reward 02/16/05 - Farmland irrigation growth slowing, survey says 02/02/05 - January ice storms cause little damage in crops 01/27/05 - Fun models make pollution easier to understand 01/21/05 - Risk management workshop set Feb. 15, 22 01/20/05 - Weeds help predict severity of killer crop virus 01/13/05 - Another sweet crop for Georgia farmers: bananas? 01/10/05 - Corn short course Jan. 26 in Tifton 01/06/05 - Farm income outlook for 2005 not good, not too bad 12/22/04 - Tobacco settlement money may not get to farmers 12/17/04 - Georgia cotton good -- quality needs to improve 12/13/04 - Grant helps scientists tout better irrigation 12/02/04 - Georgia boy wins national FFA agriscience honor 11/24/04 - Winterize pipes soon, avoid springtime troubles 11/23/04 - Cotton workshop Dec. 14 in Tifton, Ga. 11/19/04 - Deadly soybean disease confirmed in Georgia 11/18/04 - Tifton conference targets deadly plant viruses Dec. 2 11/11/04 - Trainings improve responses to farm accidents 11/04/04 - Pecan farmers see high prices for meager crop 10/28/04 - Insect-light cotton crop, some bugs still stink 10/21/04 - Sunbelt Expo highlights farm technology, research 10/07/04 - Jeanne landed final blow for Georgia's vegetable crops 09/30/04 - Bobwhite quail making big comeback on project farm 09/23/04 - One-two tropical punch tough on Georgia farmers 09/22/04 - Project to mine data bonanza for Georgia cattlmen 09/15/04 - Damaging soybean disease headed for United States 09/09/04 - Frazzled by Frances, farmers anxiously eyeing Ivan 09/01/04 - Vegetable scientists study together at new park 08/19/04 - Warm, wet Georgia summer helps crops, diseases 08/12/04 - UGA MicroGin to help solve cotton quality issues 08/12/04 - Georgia ag innovation center to open in Tifton 08/10/04 - Organic Peanut Forum Set for Aug. 21 in Tifton 08/03/04 - Adams' Tifton visit spotlights agriculture 07/19/04 - EPD leader: Water lifeblood of agriculture 07/08/04 - Parents can help stop bullies 07/01/04 - Blimp helps fine-tune irrigation 06/24/04 - Georgia’s peanut, cotton improve on warm, wet weather 05/27/04 - Georgia peach crop best in decade 05/25/04 - BASF sponsors UGA vegetable study in Tifton 05/20/04 - Grass-fed cattle provide niche market for farmers 05/13/04 - Cattle prices strong on high demand, low supply 05/06/04 - Internet farming? Could be, says UGA researcher 04/29/04 - Weather may sweeten Georgia watermelon crop 04/22/04 - Easily water lawns wisely this summer 04/15/04 - Survey: Georgians want to preserve farmland 04/06/04 - Native landscape options plentiful in Georgia 04/01/04 - Vegetable growers get methyl bromide reprieve 03/25/04 - Vidalia onions surprisingly good as harvest nears 03/18/04 - Georgia cotton needs to avoid quality stigma 03/11/04 - Zero boll weevils found in Georgia cotton fields 03/10/04 - Celebrate Georgia ag awareness week March 15-20 03/04/04 - Scientist studying untold world of soil microbes 02/26/04 - Tobacco residue problem solved in Georgia 02/19/04 - Scientist forces hydrangeas into spring market 02/16/04 - Diseases can make nightmare of dream garden 02/12/04 - Georgia irrigation study offers some surprises 02/05/04 - Doppler radar helps fight peanut diseases 01/22/04 - Report says Georgia farmers' 2004 outlook bright 01/20/04 - Sustainable ag conference set for Feb. 9-11 01/17/04 - New virus could become Vidalia onions' No. 1 enemy 01/08/04 - Vidalia onions, peaches profit from chill - so far 12/23/03 - Cranky calves cost cattlemen calamity, cash 12/18/03 - Georgia tobacco farmers to plant less in 2004 12/11/03 - 2003 in review: FACES news highlights 12/04/03 - Georgia initiative fights ferocious alien termite 11/25/03 - Don't wait to winterize outdoor pipes, sprinklers 11/21/03 - Cotton prices high, government support low 11/06/03 - Simple method helps farmers harvest best peanuts 10/30/03 - Collards, cousins key to future vegetable crops? 10/30/03 - Vegetable growers get methyl bromide reprieve 10/23/03 - Center to help farmers, landowners pool resources 10/09/03 - Keep pumpkin from turning scary before its time 10/08/03 - Georgia pecan crop good, less than expected 10/01/03 - Oct. 14 deadline for tobacco commission vote 09/25/03 - Scientist investigates mystery air turbulence 09/19/03 - How does air pollution affect unborn babies? 09/11/03 - Farmers start harvest of near-perfect peanut crop 09/04/03 - Georgia cotton farmers cross fingers 08/28/03 - Carter, leaders push for biodiesel in Georgia 08/21/03 - Nursery growers see what nickel’s worth 08/14/03 - Are Georgia streams too low in oxygen? 08/07/03 - Georgia tobacco suffers under soggy summer skies 07/31/03 - Bug gang strikes Georgia cotton crop 07/23/03 - Scientist warns of resistant weed 'nightmare' 07/17/03 - High demand, mad cow scare raises beef prices 07/10/03 - Could alien earthworms damage U.S. ecology? 07/03/03 - GIFT turning teachers into summer scientists 07/02/03 - Crop diseases flourishing in rainy Georgia summer 06/19/03 - Georgia peaches almost too good, expert says 06/12/03 - Scientist eyes bacteria's role in low birth weight 06/03/03 - UGA scientists develop 'row-bot' 05/23/03 - World stage set for Georgia vegetables 05/19/03 - Scientist getting to know deadly plant pathogen 05/08/03 - Planting season good for most Georgia farmers 05/01/03 - Scientist studies effects of forest-fire smoke 04/30/03 - Avoid overwatering to prevent plant diseases 04/24/03 - Plant diseases shape the world, expert says 04/17/03 - Simple science helps farmers grow veggies better 04/10/03 - Native plants a good bet for Georgia landscapes 04/03/03 - Scientists focus on phosphorus fertility problem 03/24/03 - Perdue urges nurturing of Georgia entrepreneurs 03/20/03 - 4-H shooter sets sights on Olympics 03/07/03 - High gas prices cut farmers’ bottom lines 03/03/03 - Sweet Georgia onion makes strong comeback 02/21/03 - Take care to reduce veggie garden disease risks 02/20/03 - Abetting bugs' battles can benefit farm crops 02/13/03 - Have you seen a brown recluse spider lately? 02/06/03 - UGA opens Tifton, Ga., outreach office 01/30/03 - Freezes good, bad news for Georgia farmers 01/23/03 - UGA prez gets peanut research, education award 01/16/03 - Scientists coming to grips with plant microbes 01/16/03 - Corn Short Course Jan. 23 in Tifton 01/08/03 - Microgin to help improve Georgia cotton quality 12/20/02 - Don't wait to winterize your irrigation system 12/12/02 - Georgia tobacco farmers to grow more in 2003 12/04/02 - Study to help sustain major river basin’s future 11/21/02 - Weather woes lead to disappointing peanut crop 11/14/02 - Aerial images helping farmers save time, money 11/05/02 - Camellia cousin could become Georgia farm crop 10/30/02 - U.S. dollar and you: It's all relative 10/11/02 - Now juicy, tender steaks can be lean, too 10/01/02 - November updates address 'green industry' concerns 09/26/02 - Spotted wilt virus slams Georgia peanut crop 09/16/02 - Plants' odors can help farmers keep them healthy 09/03/02 - UGA, USFS study to benchmark wilderness values 08/22/02 - Farm leaders discuss new farm bill impacts 08/15/02 - Georgia farmers battle crop diseases 08/08/02 - Farmers Helping Chickens Cope with Summer Heat 07/31/02 - Tobacco auctions open across Georgia 07/26/02 - Tifton RDC Breaks Ground on Expansion 07/15/02 - South Georgia Scientists, Teachers Connect in GIFT 07/11/02 - Tour of California Veggies Planned in August 07/05/02 - Rains Relieve Georgia Peanut, Cotton Crops 06/26/02 - Scientists clone three little pigs 06/24/02 - Shoppers: produce better grown in Georgia 05/29/02 - Conference Focuses on Preventing Terrorism in Agriculture 05/14/02 - Barnes: Research Park Key to Water, Jobs 05/10/02 - Avian Flu Poses Threat to Georgia Poultry 05/02/02 - 'Safety Net' Better in New Farm Bill 04/23/02 - Peanut Project Provides Farmers Needed Information 04/10/02 - Interested in Upper Suwannee River Watershed? 04/09/02 - Hormone Studies May Offer Mosquito Controls 04/02/02 - UGA Four-year Degree in Tifton Clears Hurdle 03/27/02 - Farmers Cutting it Close on Crop Decisions 03/25/02 - Canola, Wheat Field Days Set in April 03/15/02 - Scientist Studying Drugs in Georgia Streams 03/06/02 - Freeze Good for Some Crops, Bad for Others 02/28/02 - Corn Growers Weigh Reaffirming Checkoff 02/28/02 - Wildflower Symposium March 28 in Tifton 02/21/02 - Irrigation Park Ready to Begin Research 02/05/02 - Helpful Rain Not Enough to End Long Drought 01/22/02 - Peanut Growers Need Farm Bill Soon 01/16/02 - Higher Quota May Not Mean More Tobacco 01/09/02 - Corn Short Course Set Jan. 29 in Tifton 01/09/02 - Small Grain, Soybean Expo Planned Jan. 24 01/09/02 - Sweet Georgia Crops Welcome Winter Freeze 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: Science 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: Agriculture 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: Environment 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: Food 12/20/01 - 2001 in Review: Weather 12/18/01 - Barnes: Farms, Schools Key to Rural Economy 12/17/01 - Farmers Must Add Value to Crops, Experts Say 12/13/01 - Market Shift Threatens U.S. Cotton Growers 11/28/01 - Farm Symposium Aims to Boost Rural Economy 11/26/01 - Scientists Complete Peanut Molecular Map 11/13/01 - Scientist Searching Genes in Self-cloning Plants 10/30/01 - Pecan Prices Likely Stable for Holidays 10/18/01 - Recycling System Makes Most of Manure 10/10/01 - Scientists Eyeing Ways to Prevent Water Pollution 09/24/01 - Scientists Getting to Point of Pollution 09/17/01 - Rains Boost Crop Yields, Prod Diseases 09/10/01 - Groups Partner to Build Farm, Ecology Tourism 08/29/01 - Early Bill Would Help Cotton Farmers 08/17/01 - Veneman: Farmers Need Freer Foreign Trade 08/04/01 - Scientists Find EASY Way to Monitor Water Use 08/01/01 - Ag Secretary Gets Crash Course in Georgia Farming 07/23/01 - Rain Mixed Blessing for Georgia Peach Crop 07/11/01 - 'Downsizing' Georgia Farmer Raising Quail 06/26/01 - Brave New Herd: UGA Unveils Cloned Calves 06/19/01 - Rains Benefit Georgia Row Crops 06/12/01 - A Novel Way to Handle Chicken Waste 06/01/01 - New Disease Threatens Georgia's Peach Industry 05/21/01 - North Koreans Study UGA Agricultural Research 05/17/01 - Korean Ag Delegation Visits UGA CAES 05/04/01 - Georgia Farmers Eye Peanut Program Change 04/26/01 - Farmers to Meet on Proposed Oilseed Co-op 04/24/01 - New Plan Targets 'Death Tax' Reform 04/17/01 - New Disease Threatens Georgia Day Lilies 04/04/01 - One Wood Chip or Two? New 'Sugar' Source 03/28/01 - Foot-and-mouth a Threat to U.S. Livestock 03/21/01 - No 'Business as Usual' for Tobacco Farmers 03/13/01 - Georgia Corn Growers' Outlook Brighter 02/28/01 - Farmers Might Have Chance to Act Against Drought 02/28/01 - Irrigated Acres Slightly Up in Georgia 02/21/01 - Georgia Cotton Growers Face Tough Decisions 02/21/01 - South Georgia Wildflower Symposium March 28 02/14/01 - Worms Don't Mind the Waste 02/06/01 - Tifton-based Agricultural Major Proposed at UGA 01/31/01 - What Do You Get When You Cross a Peanut and a Chip? 01/22/01 - On-farm Facility Adds Value to Veggie Crop 01/10/01 - Little Creatures Reveal Big Things about Wetlands 01/04/01 - Georgia's Pork Industry Continues to Weaken 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: Agriculture 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: Weather 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: Environment 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: Science 12/22/00 - 2000 in Review: Foods 12/20/00 - 2001 Outlook Upbeat for Georgia Farmers 12/12/00 - Sweet Crop Gets Ready for Winter 12/06/00 - Plants Have Alternative Way to Stay Fresh 11/29/00 - Study: Oilseed Growers Can Raise Profits 11/21/00 - Farmers Can Help Protect Georgia Waterways 11/20/00 - Peanut Harvest Better than Expected 11/15/00 - Georgia Pecan Crop Small, but Prices Stable 11/08/00 - Gift of Land Becomes Key to Irrigation Research 10/30/00 - Georgia's Climate Returning to More Extreme 10/25/00 - Peanut Prices Low on Farm, Steady in Store 10/17/00 - Peanut Crop Fares Well, Cotton Struggles 10/11/00 - UGA, Farmers Seek to Replace Chemical 10/04/00 - UGA Peanut Now Everywhere in Southeast 09/25/00 - UGA Research: Cotton Farmers Losing Money 09/21/00 - Timely Rains Help Georgia Pecan Orchards