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Georgians on topics including agriculture, the environment, families, food, lawn and garden,
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Your Household Water Quality: Odors in Your Water
Weights and Processed Yields of Fruits and Vegetables
Vegetable Garden Calendar
Conversion Tables, Formulas and Suggested Guidelines for Horticultural Use
2015 Georgia Cotton Research and Extension Report
This publication contains a report of cotton research trials and Extension activity in Georgia for 2014-2015. Published on Jul 1, 2997.
Considerations for the Small Market Producer
This publication is intended for general use audiences, including farmers and those considering entering into small market vegetable production. It covers the many things to consider before jumping into this venture such as planning, marketing, liability and taxes. Published on Jul 31, 2016.
Dollar Spot of Turfgrasses in Georgia: Identification and Control
Dollar spot is an ever-present turfgrass disease that affects all warm and cool season grasses in the state of Georgia. The publication contains important information on the biology of the causal agent, detail description of the disease symptoms (aided by high quality-detailed pictures), relevant up-to-date information on conditions favoring the disease, as well as cultural, genetic and chemical methods of control. The publication is intended for turfgrass professionals, consultants, county faculty, homeowners and general public. Published on Jul 31, 2016.
Power of Electrolyzed Water: A New Antimicrobial Intervention for the Beef Industry
Extensive research conducted at the University of Georgia has demonstrated that electrolyzed (EO) water is effective in inactivating a wide variety of pathogens from various foods and food contact surfaces. Controlled lab tests have shown that EO water is effective in reducing all of the "top 7" shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli from beef trim. Published on Jul 31, 2016.