Agriculture & Natural Resources
Vineyard Frost Protection (B 1490) The vineyard industry is growing across Georgia and across the Eastern United States. Frost is a perennial threat in these regions, and reducing frost risk can save approximately $48,000 per acre in return revenues. Since many growers new to the industry will be planting vineyards, it is important that they are aware of the risk of frost and ways to avoid it. This bulletin also serves as a good reference for current industry members who are unaware of the risk of frost or who want more information on how to manage its risk. This publication covers all aspects of vineyard frost protection, including weather patterns that cause frost/freeze damage, as well as passive and active methods that can be employed to reduce frost risk.
Aerating Grain in Storage (B 712) Aeration conditions grain and seed by lowering the temperature of the material and equalizing the temperature within the storage structure. This prevents moisture migration and condensation and can reduce losses during storage.
Propagating Deciduous Fruit Plants Common to Georgia (B 818) Deciduous fruit plants common to Georgia must be propagated asexually because they do not come true to seed. This makes it necessary to reproduce the desired fruit plants by methods such as cuttings, runners, layering, budding or grafting. This publication discusses the common techniques used to asexually propagate fruit plants adapted to Georgia.
Georgia Department of Agriculture/ GATE Card
UGA Beef Team Blog
On the Case Climate and Agriculture in the South East Blog
UGA Forage Team Blog
Georgia Integrated Pest Management Newsletters
Georgia Forages Information
Agro Climate: Tools for Managing Climate Risk in Agriculture
- Agricultural Services Laboratory
- Animal & Dairy Science
- Auburn University Pond Page
- Beef Cattle
- Bugwood Network
- Center for Agribusiness & Economic Development
- Crop & Soil Sciences
- Dairy Fax
- Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin
- Forestry Images
- Georgia County Guide & Farm Gate Value
- Georgia Department of Agriculture
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