Fruits & Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables, including peaches, pecans, onions, tomatoes, and watermelon, are important commodities in Georgia. In this section, farmers and gardeners can find information about a variety of fruits and vegetables, including:
- Beans and Legumes
Commercial and Professional Publications
- Commercial Production of Vegetable Transplants
- Designing Research and Demonstration Tests for Farmers' Fields
- Cantaloupe and Specialty Melons
- Commercial Production and Management of Pumpkins and Gourds
- Commercial Production and Management of Cabbage and Leafy Greens
- Southeastern Peach, Nectarine, and Plum Pest Management and Culture Guide
- Fresh Market Broccoli Production for Georgia
- Georgia Pest Management Handbook — Commercial Edition
- UGA Weed Control Programs for Broccoli, Cabbage, and Cauliflower 2016
- Propagating Deciduous Fruit Plants Common to Georgia
- 2013 Vegetable Crops Research Report
- Commercial Southern Pea Production
- Commercial Okra Production
- Home Garden Series: Home Garden Watermelon
- Community and School Gardens Series: Less Expensive Sources of Plant Material, Amendments and Tools
- Community and School Gardens Series: Growing Fruits
- Community and School Gardens Series: Planning an Edible Garden
- Drip Irrigation in the Home Vegetable Garden
- Home Fruit Orchard Pruning Techniques
- Considerations for the Small Market Producer
- Troubleshooting Cultural Problems in Tomatoes
- Home Garden Series: Home Garden Raspberries and Blackberries
- Home Garden Series: Home Garden Asparagus
- Home Garden Series: Home Garden Brussels Sprouts
- 2014/2015 Vegetable Crop Variety Trial and Research Report
- Diagnostic Guide to Common Home Orchard Diseases
To see a full list of publications, visit the Extension Publications site.
For the latest news about Extension, visit Georgia FACES. News you can use about Georgia family, agricultural, consumer and environmental sciences.
- “Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme:” An old song for spring
- Georgia Organics conference includes sessions from the industry's best
- Small-scale vegetable farming workshop set for Feb. 28 in Griffin
- Plant cool-season vegetables now to harvest this spring
- Cowpea curculio sidelines Georgia's largest black-eye pea fields
- Plant berries now to create your own backyard blackberry patch
- Recent rainfall providing hope for Georgia farmers
- Rain simulation project aimed at improving Georgia vegetable production
- Whitefly populations troubling Georgia vegetable growers
- Saving seeds: the power of the past and promise of the future
- Georgia Commercial Vegetable Information
Production and market information about vegetables grown in Georgia.
- The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium
Research and information from a variety of southern universities about strawberries, blueberries, grapes, blackberries, and raspberries.
- Statewide Variety Testing
Provides annual performance testing results on several commodities including canola, small grains and forage, corn and silage, and field crops.
- Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association
Provides programs and services designed to increase production efficiencies, provide educational opportunities, promote new markets, monitor legislation, encourage applied research and improve communications among GFVGA members and industry suppliers.
UGA Extension offers training within local communities on a wide array of topics. To see if there are training events in your area, please visit our calendar.
- Georgia Master Gardener
A volunteer training program designed to help Extension agents transfer research-based information about gardening and related subjects to the public by training home gardeners.