Portrait of Emily Cabrera

Emily Cabrera

Emily Cabrera is a writer and public relations coordinator for the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia.


06/12/24 - Farm Boot Camp trains military veterans to start farms 05/30/24 - New ‘Tif3D’ turfgrass promises superior putting-green performance 05/22/24 - Starting a garden from scratch 05/09/24 - CAES associate dean for Extension set to retire after 35 years of service 04/10/24 - Growers hopeful 2024 peach season will rebound from disastrous 2023 04/04/24 - UGA Extension protects family farms and sensitive species 02/29/24 - Finding a sense of place 02/12/24 - UGA FoodPIC empowers food startups for successful launch and growth 01/29/24 - UGA nourishes communities in metro Atlanta 01/17/24 - Across the Southern border: The future of the H-2A visa program in Georgia 01/11/24 - CAES researchers secure $4 million to tackle silverleaf whitefly problem 01/04/24 - Across the Southern border: How U.S. immigration policies affect agriculture 01/03/24 - UGA Extension offers disaster support throughout the state 11/30/23 - Across the Southern border: Migrant labor on Georgia farms 11/29/23 - UGA Extension experts celebrated among 2023 Fruit and Vegetable 40 under 40 11/20/23 - Impact of food nutrition labels on retail pricing and consumer purchasing 11/14/23 - Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens opens annual December Nights & Holiday Lights Nov. 24 11/02/23 - UGA forges path to understanding plant disease 10/30/23 - Both indoor air and water can lead to deadly radon exposure 10/25/23 - Unveiling the fearsome hickory horned devil 10/18/23 - CAES faculty help students see the world through a new lens 10/11/23 - CAES leads $3.2M USDA grant to improve organic onion production 09/11/23 - Be on the lookout for invasive spotted lanternfly 08/23/23 - UGA Extension welcomes new viticulture specialist 08/09/23 - Revitalizing its legacy, UGA-Tifton invests in the next century of research and innovation 08/03/23 - CAES works toward agricultural resilience amid climate change 07/18/23 - UGA Turf Team supports Mexico's highest professional soccer leagues 06/22/23 - CAES entomologist delivers call to action: Create more bee habitat 06/09/23 - CAES partners with Spelman College to build diversity in sustainable food systems 06/06/23 - Georgia growers riding high on cotton boom during 2022 season 06/01/23 - CAES researchers find simple solution to keep produce fresh, fight food waste 05/23/23 - CAES researchers find improved treatments for removing 'forever chemicals' 04/12/23 - UGA entomologist receives $1 million NSF early-career award to study kissing bugs 04/03/23 - UGA Extension, CAES partner with Georgia Organics to support state growers 03/23/23 - Organizations across Georgia come together to combat farm stress 02/10/23 - Pecan growers look forward to increased exports, profits as India reduces tariffs 02/09/23 - Effects of possible recession on agriculture, grocery prices 01/23/23 - UGA Extension helps farmers improve efficiency, save 100 million gallons of water 01/11/23 - Cold protection options for growing fruit and vegetables throughout the winter 01/02/23 - Healthy plants start with healthy soil 08/17/22 - UGA Extension welcomes new Pesticide Safety Education Program coordinator 07/29/22 - UGA Southeast Research and Education Center to host Midville Field Day Aug. 10 07/27/22 - UGA releases parasitic wasp to control invasive fruit fly 07/19/22 - 2022 Turfgrass Field Day set for Aug. 3 at UGA-Griffin 07/06/22 - UGA fruit pathologist inducted into IPM Hall of Fame 06/13/22 - UGA horticulture professor receives Georgia Organics 2022 Land Steward Award 05/25/22 - MyIPM app series expands to include row crops 02/14/22 - How to protect young peaches from plum curculio 02/08/22 - Georgia farmers use sustainability calculator to measure environmental impact 09/07/21 - UGA IPM Program ranked outstanding, receives maximum funding 07/06/21 - Organic agriculture research gaining traction in Georgia 06/09/21 - 1000th Certified Master Beekeeper and counting 05/04/21 - UGA establishes new blueberry research orchard at Durham Horticulture Farm in Watkinsville 09/22/20 - UGA professor receives $5.4 million grant to combat destructive Asiatic fly 09/16/20 - As weather cools, prepare for fall insects 08/25/20 - UGA to begin new pecan variety trials in southeast Georgia 07/30/20 - Increased whitefly pressure a concern in cotton and vegetables 07/23/20 - Stay on schedule to maintain healthy turfgrass 07/14/20 - Thrips and tomato spotted wilt virus control in peanuts 06/25/20 - Getting it covered: UGA researchers study cover crops 04/24/20 - UGA entomologist's advice to increase on-farm biodiversity 03/19/20 - "Toothpicks" sure sign of Ambrosia beetles in pecan trees 02/04/20 - Peach growers should be vigilant for increased San Jose scale populations 01/29/20 - UGA climate expert shares production strategies for spring weather 09/27/19 - New UGA entomologist studies beneficial biodiversity on farms