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J. Faith Peppers

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Faith Peppers is the director of public affairs with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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04/26/18 - University of Georgia announces new hospitality and food industry management degree 02/19/18 - CAES names Robert Stougaard new assistant dean of research 01/03/18 - Background on the Peanut Genome Initiative 01/03/18 - Georgia scientists help map the genetic code of peanuts 12/26/17 - Francis Fluharty to lead UGA Animal and Dairy Science Department 12/15/17 - Leslie Edgar is new head for Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication at UGA 06/01/17 - Partnership between UGA and Georgia Research Alliance brings new peanut genetics expert to Georgia 05/02/17 - UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences names Moore to lead research programs 10/19/15 - UGA agricultural honor society honors former dean for his contributions to the college 08/31/15 - Griffeth named director of alumni engagement for UGA College of Ag 02/19/15 - Are Georgia counties suffering tax income decline? 02/06/15 - CROPS 2015 conference to discuss sustainability through plant genomics 11/24/14 - Perry Johnson to head UGA Extension 03/05/14 - UGA student testifies before Congress about impact of Extension 04/22/13 - CAES names new department head for ag leadership, education, communication 03/08/13 - Agbiosciences driving economic growth and job creation in the South 02/22/13 - UGA College of Ag names new senior development director 12/05/12 - UGA scientists test new toxicant detection tool, links to abnormal fetal development 08/31/12 - UGA ag college to sell Oconee Co. farm, manage USDA facility 08/17/12 - Good health begins with seed in the soil 06/26/12 - World Food Prize Honors Land-grant Universities with Borlaug Medallion during 150th Anniversary of Morrill Act 02/02/12 - UGA discovery uses putty to repair broken bone in days not months 01/12/12 - UGA researcher named emerging scholar by Diverse magazine 12/08/11 - Pig induced pluripotent stem cells may be safer than previously thought 07/07/11 - Pitcher plants, coleus and tires on 'Your Southern Garden' July 16 06/28/11 - Ponds, pups, planting plans on 'Your Southern Garden' July 2 06/02/11 - Propagating orchids, hydrangeas on 'Your Southern Garden' June 25 05/31/11 - Budget cuts take bigger bite out of UGA ag college 05/26/11 - The secret orchid garden on 'Your Southern Garden' June 18 05/25/11 - Researchers work to develop disease-resistant livestock 05/24/11 - Sweet smelling roses on 'Your Southern Garden' May 28 05/18/11 - Lawn care, tree selection tips on 'Your Southern Garden' May 21 05/12/11 - Tomato time on 'Your Southern Garden' May 14 05/05/11 - Vines, irises and houseplants on 'Your Southern Garden' May 7 04/19/11 - Propagation, hydroponics, color changes on 'Your Southern Garden' April 23 04/13/11 - Pruning and honeybee basics on 'Your Southern Garden' April 16 03/28/11 - Your Southern Garden 2011 season premieres April 2 03/17/11 - UGA weather monitoring network struggles to survive 12/21/10 - Arch Smith named leader of Georgia 4-H program 11/04/10 - UGA Extension implements new delivery system 10/28/10 - UGA receives USDA organic agriculture grant 10/07/10 - Ag Futures: local food, biofuels distract from global food needs 07/22/10 - State winners highlight 68th State 4-H Congress 07/22/10 - UGA to create new Master's program in biomanufacturing 07/16/10 - Georgia 4-H Congress in Atlanta July 20-23 07/01/10 - Rains bring back the spittlebugs 06/17/10 - Idling buses bad for air, kids 06/15/10 - Report raises concerns about pesticide effects on child health 06/10/10 - Planting, transplanting, watering on 'Your Southern Garden' June 19 05/27/10 - Mites and magnolias on 'Your Southern Garden' June 5 05/20/10 - Garden scents, water sense on “Your Southern Garden” May 29 05/20/10 - USDA has funds for farmers to install renewable energy systems 05/13/10 - Learn lawn tips on 'Your Southern Garden' May 22 05/12/10 - Sisters' support earns honors at UGA graduation 05/06/10 - All about annuals on “Your Southern Garden” May 15 05/06/10 - Service aims to end persistent poverty in Georgia 05/04/10 - UGA discovery holds promise for treatment of diabetes, other debilitating diseases 04/29/10 - Poisonvine and peonies on “Your Southern Garden” May 8 04/28/10 - UGA to announce new genetic discoveries at press conference May 4 04/23/10 - Propagating properly on “Your Southern Garden” May 1 04/15/10 - Money-saving garden tips on “Your Southern Garden” April 24 04/14/10 - Tasty garden treats on “Your Southern Garden” April 17 04/08/10 - Gardening and gizmos on April 10 episode of "Your Southern Garden" 03/19/10 - New regional gardening show premieres on GPB April 3 03/16/10 - Georgia celebrates agriculture, food, environmental stewardship 02/04/10 - Georgia's green industry sees sunny horizon 01/28/10 - Outlook brighter for Georgia agriculture in 2010 01/07/10 - Register now for 2010 landscape update, certification training 12/04/09 - UGA to host statewide agricultural forecast 11/19/09 - Holiday dinners are more than turkey 11/05/09 - Putting dairy cows out to pasture more profitable 10/01/09 - “Gardening in Georgia” bids adieu in exotic style 09/17/09 - Trees go up and down on ‘Gardening In Georgia’ 08/27/09 - Roots, shoots and trees on “Gardening in Georgia" 08/20/09 - Do fall chores now for spring garden later 08/06/09 - Southern plants, pests on ‘Gardening In Georgia' 07/30/09 - Sharpen school skills in the kitchen 07/23/09 - State winners highlight 67th State 4-H Congress 07/13/09 - U.S. energy legislation forward thinking, limiting 07/09/09 - Home alone: When is your child ready? 07/01/09 - Thwart thistle take-over on “Gardening in Georgia” 06/19/09 - Georgia blueberry crop ripe, ready and robust 06/04/09 - New commission may be on horizon 05/20/09 - UGA’s Cabrera named Georgia Power Professor 05/13/09 - Royal presented CAES Medallion of Honor 05/05/09 - Yard recycling featured on ‘Gardening in Georgia’ 04/30/09 - Flu outbreak requires preventative measures 04/30/09 - New regional gardening show set to air 04/30/09 - Hard labor reaps onion research rewards 04/30/09 - Timing is everything on ‘Gardening in Georgia’ 04/16/09 - Rains come just in time for spring planting 04/16/09 - The handy-man special on ‘Gardening in Georgia’ 04/02/09 - Tomato time on ‘Gardening in Georgia’ April 11 04/02/09 - New professorship supports Georgia wine industry 03/26/09 - ‘Gardening In Georgia’ season begins April 4 03/12/09 - UGA’s Leclerc named Regents Professor 03/12/09 - New season of 'Gardening in Georgia' coming to GPB 02/26/09 - Free advice for home gardeners 01/22/09 - Stem cell research could be new economic engine 12/03/08 - Have a happy lead-free holiday 11/24/08 - Fruit and vegetable meeting set for Jan. 9-11 11/20/08 - Cold snaps landscapes 11/06/08 - Put a tasty turkey on the table this Thanksgiving 11/04/08 - Remembering troops with treats at the holidays 10/31/08 - Time for turkey thawing, selection tips 10/02/08 - UGA ag school in top five nationally for research 10/02/08 - Moving trees, cooking wood chips 09/25/08 - UGA ag, environmental college sets student record 09/11/08 - Fall’s approach doesn’t signal end to garden fun 09/04/08 - Renegade volunteers hinder disaster response 09/04/08 - Share a fig on the next “Gardening in Georgia” 08/07/08 - UGA gets $2.5 million for biofuels studies 06/19/08 - UGA Extension helps Georgians age, live better 05/08/08 - Produce prices too high? Grow your own 03/27/08 - UGA researcher questions carbon-monitoring methods 03/19/08 - Governor honors farmers’ environmental stewardship 03/19/08 - Consumers can expect higher food prices 02/21/08 - Don’t let the ‘achoos’ keep you from gardening 02/19/08 - Brown named assistant dean of UGA Extension 02/14/08 - Technology helps, doesn’t replace female workforce 01/30/08 - UGA experts predict volatile farming year 01/10/08 - Pine beetles attracted to weak trees 01/03/08 - Cold, drought blast Georgia landscapes 01/03/08 - UGA to host statewide farm forecast 12/13/07 - A flu shot now can still give protection 12/04/07 - Holidays make or break for garden center owners 11/29/07 - New assistant dean named 11/29/07 - Poison ivy vines make dangerous decorations 10/30/07 - Shulstad named to top CAES research post 10/19/07 - Observe plants in drought for planting tips later 10/19/07 - Drought doesn't have to equal dead landscapes 10/10/07 - Worms wanted for free labor on next 'Gardening' 10/03/07 - Root rot, naked knees on 'Gardening' 09/27/07 - Dawg-fan peppers, fancy figs on 'Gardening' 09/20/07 - Nature disturbed, blooms await on 'Gardening' 09/20/07 - New use for stem cells found in war on terrorism 09/12/07 - Revenge of the plant nerds 09/06/07 - Need outdoor water? 4-H'er upgrades rain barrels 09/06/07 - Waiting for rain, find water to use 09/06/07 - Giving deer bellyaches on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/30/07 - South Georgia bananas, mushrooms top 'Gardening' 08/23/07 - Orchids hot on black market, cool indoors 08/16/07 - Good, bad, ugly on 'Gardening in Georgia' 08/02/07 - Waging war in landscape on 'Gardening in Georgia' 07/26/07 - State winners highlight 65th State 4-H Congress 07/19/07 - Drought prompts UGA to boost irrigation programs 07/12/07 - Prevent school stress: balance activities and play 07/12/07 - Learning styles guides for choosing kid activities 06/28/07 - Pruning, propagating projects on 'Gardening' 06/06/07 - Urban farming highlights 'Gardening in Georgia' 06/06/07 - BB&T, Fowler make history with unique endowment 05/31/07 - Sparks named associate dean of UGA Extension 05/17/07 - New UGA program focuses on food supply safety 05/17/07 - Super sod tips, wonder water garden on 'Gardening' 05/09/07 - Dazzling jewel, obscure gem focus of 'Gardening' 05/02/07 - Shade-loving grass stars on 'Gardening in Georgia' 04/26/07 - Signs of summer on ‘Gardening in Georgia' 04/19/07 - Kids' gardening featured on 'Gardening in Georgia' 04/18/07 - Spring blooms suffer late freeze damage 04/12/07 - Learn about lawns on next 'Gardening in Georgia' 03/29/07 - ‘Gardening in Georgia’ premieres April 5 03/22/07 - Georgia's best new foods go head-to-head 03/21/07 - Perdue kicks off National Ag Week in Atlanta event 03/21/07 - Perdue presents Georgia farmer conservation award 02/22/07 - New 'Gardening in Georgia' TV shows return to GPB 02/15/07 - Georgia lawmakers hear case for stem cell research 02/15/07 - Funding, other barriers hinder stem cell research 01/18/07 - Cold snap, freezing rain hard on Georgia landscape 01/11/07 - Healthy 'tween' habits key healthier adult weights 12/13/06 - Next-owner forestry short course planned 11/21/06 - Holiday greenery doesn't come with warning labels 11/16/06 - 4-H dimes help build Habitat house in Atlanta 10/05/06 - UGA, Gold Kist set poultry science professorship 09/27/06 - Killer bees loom close to Georgia borders 09/27/06 - Georgia EMS workers prepare for killer bees 09/06/06 - Fall is fine time to fight fire ants 07/20/06 - State winners highlight 64th State 4-H Congress 07/11/06 - UGA prof, student recording Georgia's great trees 06/08/06 - Sizzling summer heat scorching landscapes 05/26/06 - Brown named interim assistant dean of UGA Tifton campus 05/17/06 - Buchanan appointment confirmed by U.S. Senate 05/11/06 - If you missed the perfect gift, try Vidalia onions 05/11/06 - Organic Vidalias add new sweet onion option 05/04/06 - Case of bird flu shouldn't heighten fears 04/03/06 - UGA agricultural college announces changes at top 03/23/06 - Perdue honors farmers' environmental stewardship 03/09/06 - Get your Irish up, not your weight on St. Paddy's 02/02/06 - Spring garden symposium planned March 4 in Macon 01/19/06 - Bush taps former UGA dean for REE under secretary 01/12/06 - Winter is prime time to prune some plants 01/05/06 - Honeybee workshops slated in three Atlanta sites 12/12/05 - Late tree shoppers, test for too dry to buy 12/01/05 - Quirky gifts for gardener on list 11/17/05 - UGA Extension now easier to find in your county 11/09/05 - National 4-H Congress welcomes international guest 10/27/05 - Facts about Asian bird flu 10/27/05 - Cornell economist to bring Fanning lecture Nov. 4 09/22/05 - Two Georgia ag pioneers inducted into Hall of Fame 09/09/05 - What's in a name? For one critical thing, safety 08/31/05 - Ice cream recall serves up cold reminder 08/25/05 - Katrina visit could benefit some Georgia farmers 08/18/05 - Fall great time for planting in Georgia landscapes 08/18/05 - New UGA degree program starts on Griffin campus 08/11/05 - U.S. chicken prices steady 60 years 07/28/05 - Prepare preschoolers for first leap into school 07/21/05 - First-day jitters common for students, parents 07/21/05 - State winners highlight 63rd State 4-H Congress 03/24/05 - Irvin to deliver 2005 Rod Ziemer Lecture 02/10/05 - UGA cracks global top 20 in agricultural sciences 01/25/05 - Cold's return just in time for Georgia peach crop 01/13/05 - Shifts in food pyramid aimed at U.S. health issues 01/13/05 - Kraft moves to ease temptation on kids' plates 12/06/04 - Georgia Farm Bureau endows UGA land grant lectures 10/18/04 - Five UGA faculty members accept 2004 Brooks Awards 10/07/04 - Drabenstott to deliver 2004 D.W. Brooks Lecture 09/09/04 - Choose bright fall color for beds and containers 09/02/04 - Perennials provide color, beauty year after year 08/26/04 - Herons flock to koi ponds for easy-pickings buffet 08/26/04 - Ploys to keep koi safe from herons 08/26/04 - Free food safety advice offered in September 07/22/04 - State winners highlight 62nd State 4-H Congress 07/15/04 - Recent rains created mosquito breeding grounds 07/08/04 - Adults watch for kids, kids watch for cars 07/08/04 - School bus safety tips 06/17/04 - UGA Trial Gardens open house, Armitage book signing 06/16/04 - Expected summer West Nile Virus cases a low show 03/04/04 - New gardening newsletter on-line 02/16/04 - Try perennials in backyard vegetable garden 12/03/03 - Some holiday trees, greenery may contain lead 10/07/03 - 2003 D.W. Brooks Award winners announced 09/04/03 - Avery to deliver 2003 D.W. Brooks Lecture 07/30/03 - State winners highlight 61st State 4-H Congress 06/19/03 - Rain could wash out Georgia watermelon crop 05/29/03 - UGA suspends canola breeding research program 04/16/03 - UGA CAES consolidates research and extension facilities 03/13/03 - UGA seeks eminent scholar in crop genomics 02/26/03 - New teen driver program targets parents 02/21/03 - Cut gardening costs without skimping on bounty 01/24/03 - UGA gets grant for public school 'science of food' 12/12/02 - Brower gets National Partner in 4-H Award 12/05/02 - 81st National 4-H Congress Draws 1,200 to Georgia 10/10/02 - Martha Berry inducted into Ag Hall of Fame 10/01/02 - 2002 D.W. Brooks Award Winners Announced 09/26/02 - Carus Featured Speaker at 2002 D.W. Brooks Lecture 09/26/02 - Farmers needed to contribute to biosecurity plan 06/07/02 - State Winners Mark 60th State 4-H Congress 05/08/02 - Older U.S. Men Losing Bone Mass, Too 04/03/02 - Georgians Among Inductees in 4-H Hall of Fame 03/20/02 - Mosquito Control More Important Than Ever 12/13/01 - Hip at 100, 4-H Celebrates Centennial 12/13/01 - National Events Mark 4-H Centennial 11/21/01 - Don't Get Too Happy Over Holiday Job Rates 10/11/01 - Second Wave of Biotech Products on Horizon 10/01/01 - 2001 D.W. Brooks Award Winners Announced 09/14/01 - Extension Offers Help Discussing Disaster with Children 09/11/01 - Phillips to Deliver Brooks Lecture Oct. 1 09/07/01 - Georgia Kids Aim for College, Other Pastures 08/04/01 - UGA Hosts Third Annual Symposium on the Future of Agriculture 08/01/01 - 47 Winners Highlight State 4-H Congress 07/05/01 - Gold Kist Honors Coan With UGA Endowment 06/14/01 - Summer Safety Camp Aimed to Aid Farm Families 05/09/01 - Mosquitos Key to Preventing West Nile 05/09/01 - Stop Pesky Mosquitos Before They Bite 04/23/01 - Learning Life Skills in the Berry Patch 04/10/01 - Vidalia Onions Late, Small, in Short Supply 03/23/01 - Peachy Outlook for Georgia Peach Crop 03/01/01 - UGA, Zoo Atlanta Celebrate National Agriculture Month 02/07/01 - Mad Cow Madness: More Fright Than Might 01/24/01 - Food Price Increases Hold Steady for 2001 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 - Greenhouse Schools Feb. 1-3 in Griffin 12/06/00 - Opportunity Burgeoning in Belgium 11/22/00 - 79th National 4-H Congress Convenes in Atlanta 11/21/00 - Fight Fat With Fish, Say AHA Guidelines 11/01/00 - New Book Tells Where to Get Hitched, Dodge Deer 10/24/00 - Norton to Deliver Fanning Lecture Nov. 14 10/12/00 - Ag Technology Wave Keeps Industry on Toes 10/04/00 - Organic Farms Focus of Oct. 15 Tours 10/03/00 - UGA, Cuban Scientists Trade Agricultural Knowledge 09/21/00 - Georgia Vineyards: Fine Wine in 'Shine Mountains 09/21/00 - How to Find Georgia Wine 09/14/00 - Wilson Named State Community Gardening Coordinator 09/13/00 - Ruter Wins D.W. Brooks Award 09/13/00 - Dirr Wins D.W. Brooks Award 09/13/00 - McGriff Wins D.W. Brooks Award 09/13/00 - 2000 D.W. Brooks Award Winners Announced 09/13/00 - Brown Wins D.W. Brooks Award 09/13/00 - Chinnan Wins D.W. Brooks Award 09/07/00 - Kirk to Deliver Brooks Lecture at UGA Oct. 2 08/16/00 - Technology Is the Future of U.S. Agriculture 08/16/00 - Chambliss Chairs Hearing on U.S. Ag Future 08/08/00 - School Safety Begins at the Bus Stop 08/08/00 - Teach Kids School Bus Safety Tips 07/21/00 - Grim News About Diabetes in Georgia 07/21/00 - Diabetes Surges in Georgia -- Get Help 07/11/00 - Workshop Set for Low-Budget, Beginning Farmers 07/08/00 - America's Community Gardening Leaders Come to Atlanta 06/27/00 - Crop Insurance Act Good for Georgia Farmers 06/16/00 - State Winners Highlight 58th State 4-H Congress 05/30/00 - Job Market Ripe For Science, Marketing Students 05/26/00 - UGA to Host Symposium on Future of Agriculture 05/09/00 - Green Industry Going Strong In Midst of Drought 05/05/00 - Georgia Farmers Have Bumper Crop of Berries 04/11/00 - Unsteady Water Supply Bad For Plant Growth 03/28/00 - Fuel Prices Running Up Farm Bills 03/23/00 - Peachy Outlook for Peach Crop 03/21/00 - Price of Vidalia Onions Expected to Be Higher 03/21/00 - Farmers' Triple Threat Could Raise Food Prices 03/15/00 - Georgia 4-H'ers Eyeing Summer Camps 03/09/00 - A TO Z: Agriculture at the Zoo March 25-26 02/23/00 - Proposed Food Labels Add New Fat Warnings 02/23/00 - FDA Devises Trans Fat Limits On Food Labels 02/11/00 - Short Coffee Supplies Send Prices Soaring 01/27/00 - Storm-toppled Trees Not a Total Loss 01/23/00 - CSAs Bring Farm-fresh Food to Your Door 01/12/00 - Modest Food Price Increases Still Hard For Georgia's Poor 12/09/99 - 4-H Making Plans for the New Millennium 11/17/99 - 78th National 4 H Congress Convenes in Atlanta 11/09/99 - Urban Sprawl Meets Rural Smell in Face-Off 11/04/99 - Black Gold Not Just Texas Tea 10/27/99 - Reports of Rising Food Prices Make Market Watchers Jittery 10/15/99 - Poultry Science Alum Casts Chickens to the Currents 10/13/99 - Short Crop May Mean High-Priced Pumpkins 10/05/99 - 1999 D.W. Brooks Award Winners Announced 10/01/99 - Know Where to Look When Water Supplies Fail 10/01/99 - Can You 'Can' Drinking Water For Emergencies? 09/30/99 - Store Drinking Water for Y2K and Other Potential Emergencies 09/22/99 - Zell Miller Featured Speaker at Brooks Lecture 08/11/99 - Extreme Heat Sizzling Georgia Landscapes 08/11/99 - European Hornets Invade North Georgia Homes 08/11/99 - Dog-day Heat Sending Pests Inside Homes 07/28/99 - USDA Approaches Biotechnology With Caution 07/28/99 - Biotech Food: Will Americans Buy It? 07/07/99 - New Golf Course Nestled in Nature 07/07/99 - New Golf Club Habitat for Wildlife 06/24/99 - Dry Weather Has Up Side as Pest Reducer 06/21/99 - State Winners Highlight 57th State 4-H Congress 05/24/99 - Avoid Hidden Dangers in Backyard Barbecues 05/24/99 - Keep Outdoor Barbecue Safe 05/19/99 - Tiny Carpenters' Work Destroying Property 05/06/99 - Nectar for Tree Lovers: Ambrosia Beetles Strike 05/05/99 - Drought Brings Bad Start for Georgia Farms, Forest Fires 04/14/99 - Hobby Beekeeping Helps Georgia Farms, Gardens 04/14/99 - Don't Fret; It's No Threat -- Swarming's How Bees Do It 04/07/99 - No Disaster Relief Money for Most Farmers Until June 03/24/99 - UGA Program Helps Leaders Understand Poverty Problems 03/10/99 - 4-H Clubs Vie for Commemorative Stamp 03/01/99 - Zoo Atlanta, UGA Celebrate National Agriculture Month 02/17/99 - 4-H Benefit Auction Offers Great Horses, Better Prices 02/11/99 - Short Supplies Send Coffee Prices Soaring 01/27/99 - Experts Say Organic Foods May Heighten Risk of E. coli 01/20/99 - Federal Payments Likely Little Help for Georgia Hog Farmers 01/05/99 - Thicket a Natural Choice for Dead Christmas Tree 12/23/98 - Drop in Tobacco Quota Hurts Georgia Farmers 12/16/98 - Living Trees Make Christmas Memories Last a Lifetime 12/09/98 - It's Easy to Find Holiday Gifts for Gardeners 12/02/98 - 'The Georgia Gardener' Focuses on Christmas 11/25/98 - 76th National 4-H Congress Convenes in Atlanta 11/18/98 - New Gardening TV Show Just for Georgia 10/28/98 - Ozone Levels Unhealthy For Plants and Humans 10/28/98 - Reducing Ozone an Individual Effort 10/06/98 - Blueberries Better for You than You Thought 09/30/98 - South American Fire Ant Secrets May Solve U.S. Problems 09/17/98 - Fall Armyworms Marching Through North Georgia 08/12/98 - Pollution Prevention Program Helping Metro Homeowners 08/12/98 - Don't Let Summer Project Harm the Environment 08/05/98 - Southern Farmers Hang on to Hope -- Others Give up on Crops 07/15/98 - Farm Pollution Prevention Program Wins National Award 07/08/98 - Biting Blackflies Bring Summer Misery 06/24/98 - Georgia's Top Clovers Honored at State 4-H Congress 06/17/98 - UGA Envirotron to Help Scientists Study Global Change 05/20/98 - New Food Law May Open Doors for Lower-quality Foods 05/20/98 - Fresh Produce Safety Not That Complicated 05/06/98 - Georgia Dairy Farms Facing Financial Failure 04/29/98 - Irradiated Meat Safer, but Still Worries Some 04/01/98 - Hold Your Nose - Pollen Season's Back 03/25/98 - Global Research Brightens Future for Peanut Growers 03/04/98 - High-rise Refuse Becomes Urban Gardening Treasure 02/25/98 - Farm Water Quality Seminar Set March 11-12 02/11/98 - High Vegetable Prices, Blame it on the Rain 01/28/98 - Give Spring Plants Health Check Before You Buy 01/07/98 - 1997 Census of Agriculture Forms Due Feb. 2 12/17/97 - Rain Spoiling Georgia's Cotton Crop 12/10/97 - UGA Bioconversion Center Can Help Solve Waste Problems 12/03/97 - Americans Need More Calcium, UGA Expert Says 11/24/97 - As Turkey Time Ends, Tree Time Begins 11/17/97 - Proper Handling Keeps Holiday Turkey Safe 11/10/97 - Community Supported Agriculture Shares Wealth, Risk 10/27/97 - El Nino Could Wreck Winter Landscapes 10/13/97 - New Laws Aim to Lower Birth Defects 10/06/97 - Turning Devils into Moths Feats of Nature 09/15/97 - Start Now To Have A Healthy Spring Lawn 09/15/97 - Seed Blends, Bad Mixes 06/30/97 - Winners Honored at 55th State 4-H Congress 06/23/97 - After 300 Million Years, Roaches Still Sickening 06/16/97 - Imported Berries Scary Affair Again 06/09/97 - Stings Can Take the Zing Out of Summer 05/26/97 - Poison Ivy Not the Only Poison in Your Garden 05/19/97 - National 4-H Congress Coming to Atlanta 05/05/97 - Drinking Water Week: Georgians Have Much to Celebrate 04/28/97 - Treat Plants Like Skin, or They Will Burn 04/14/97 - Pick-Your-Own Strawberries: Yes, They're Safe 04/07/97 - Ambrosia Beetles Not Nectar From the Gods 03/31/97 - Atchew! Pollen Season Has Arrived in Georgia 03/24/97 - Spring Planting Fever -- Don't Catch it Yet 03/17/97 - Do Pets, People a Favor: Fix Flea Problems Now 03/03/97 - St. Patrick's Day Tradition Hardly Heart-Healthy Fare 02/24/97 - Winter Rains Can Sink Perennial Beds 02/10/97 - Bought Bugs May Bug Out of Garden 02/03/97 - Asian Star Prepares for Southern Spring Show 01/20/97 - Canola Promising Cash Crop for Georgia Growers 01/13/97 - Wacky Winter Weather Warning for Landscapes 12/23/96 - Careful Packing Keeps Christmas Keepsakes Safe 12/23/96 - Nature as a Classroom the New Trend at School 11/25/96 - Overindulging Can Turn Holiday Feast into Beast 11/18/96 - Georgia Students Head for National 4-H Congress 11/04/96 - Drought, Rain Yield Best, Worst Georgia Peanuts 10/28/96 - Georgia Cotton Crop Biggest Since World War I 10/14/96 - Head to the Patch to Pick the Perfect Pumpkin 10/07/96 - Apple Harvest Gets Help From Students 09/23/96 - Children Dig Up and Bring Back Plantation 09/16/96 - Bring Your Fall Herb Garden Indoors 09/02/96 - Fall Planting Required for Spring Flower Show 08/26/96 - Winners Emerge in 54th State 4-H Congress 08/12/96 - Georgia Peach Crop Skimpy, but Still Showy 07/29/96 - Youthful Dreams Coming True at 4-H State Congress 07/24/96 - Time Running Out on Farm Program Sign-up 07/22/96 - Japanese Beetles Attacking in North Georgia 07/15/96 - Crops Looking Good Down on Olympic 'Farm' 07/01/96 - Recycling Nature's Treasures a Gift for All 06/10/96 - Spring Rain Good for Peanuts, Too Late for Cattle 06/03/96 - Label Laws Crack Down On Bottled Water Claims 05/13/96 - Georgia Turf Having a Tough Spring 05/10/96 - Farmers' Fuel, Grain, Fertilizer Costs Rising 04/29/96 - Spring Brings Yellow Clouds of Misery 04/22/96 - A Head-Scratcher of a Problem 04/01/96 - New Process-Control System Making Food Safer 03/18/96 - Frozen Produce Healthy in New FDA Ruling 03/11/96 - It's Wait-and-See for Georgia Peaches 02/26/96 - Ginseng: Georgia's New Mountain Gold 02/14/96 - Winter Storm Puts Onion Crop in Jeopardy 01/29/96 - Future Farm Bill Caught in Budget Crunch 01/15/96 - Tiny Organism Holds Up Olympic Equine Competition 01/08/96 - Sanitizing Slows Spread of Germs in Home 12/25/95 - Fresh Holiday Greenery Can Pose Fire Hazard