Skip to content

Calendar | County Offices | Contact Us | Publications College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences | College of Family & Consumer Sciences

UGA Extension publications offer research-based, free information to Georgians on topics including agriculture, the environment, families, food, lawn and garden,
and youth.

Recent titles

  • Centipedegrass Decline (C 1003)

    Centipedegrass is ideal for the homeowner who wants a lawn that needs little care. It can be established by either seed or vegetative parts and does not require much fertilizer. Compared to other lawn grasses, it is moderately resistant to insects and diseases. Although centipedegrass is a relatively low maintenance grass, proper management is still required. Published on Jun 30, 2014.

  • Poultry Disease Prevention Checklist (B 1340)

    Disease prevention is much less stressful and costly than disease control and recovery. Biosecurity measures are a critical component of disease prevention. Use this list to rate your disease prevention practices and preparedness. Published on Jun 30, 2014.

  • Poultry Mortality Disposal: Methods Following Catastrophic Loss (B 1342)

    Mortality disposal following a natural disaster or catastrophic disease event can become a major challenge for poultry producers. Disposal decisions must balance animal health goals with those of environmental protection and safeguarding public health. In the event of catastrophic disease, humane destruction of infected or exposed poultry and proper disposal is needed to stop further spread of infectious organisms. Establishing pre-emptive culling and controlled slaughter programs for suspect cases may be feasible and can assist in limiting the potential spread of disease. At times healthy birds may need to be slaughtered prematurely to create a safe buffer zone. Published on Jun 30, 2014.

  • Water Issues in Georgia: A Survey of Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Water (B 1385)

    This report summarizes the Georgia results of a survey project to gauge water resource awareness, attitudes, and behaviors among citizens across the country. These results reflect the opinions and perceptions of the survey respondents but should not necessarily be viewed as representative of the entire state’s population. The results provide useful information for water resource extension professionals and others to consider in developing content and strategies for public education and outreach. Published on Jun 30, 2014.

Popular titles