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  • Greenhouses: Heating, Cooling and Ventilation (B 792)

    This publication contains comprehensive, in-depth information about heating, cooling and ventilating greenhouses. Published on Nov 30, 2014.

  • 2014 Georgia Corn Performance Tests (101-6)

    In this research report, the results of the 2014 corn performance trials are presented. Short-season and mid-season hybrids were planted at Tifton, Plains, and Midville in the Coastal Plain region; at Griffin in the Piedmont region; at Calhoun in the Limestone Valley region; and at Blairsville in the Mountain region. Hybrids used for silage were evaluated at Tifton, Griffin, Calhoun, and Blairsville. Published on Dec 1, 2014.

  • Planting Guide for Row Crops in Georgia (C 813)

    This planting guide will help producers establish grasses and legumes commonly grown in Georgia. Published on Nov 30, 2014.

  • Seguridad para Trabajadores Hispanos de Jardineria [Safety for Hispanic Landscape Workers] (B 1334-SP)

    Los hispanos representan la minoría más grande de los Estados Unidos con 42.7 millones de habitantes. Los trabajadores hispanos predominan en la industria de la agricultura urbana del estado de Georgia y conforman casi las tres/cuartas partes del total de obreros del estado. Los supervisores deben garantizar la comprensión e implementación de la seguridad laboral. Es imprescindible reconocer las barreras de comunicación para mantener un área de trabajo donde predomine y se haga efectiva la seguridad laboral. Use demostraciones, dibujos, materiales bilingu¨es, y si es posible, un intérprete. [Hispanic workers predominate in Georgia's urban agriculture industry, comprising almost three-fourths of the workforce. Employers must ensure comprehension and safety compliance, address language barriers to create a safe workplace, use physical demonstrations, diagrams, bilingual materials and, if available, an interpreter.] A professionally printed, bilingual version of this publication is available for purchase from the College of Agricultural and Environmental sciences. Visit the "For Sale" page for ordering information: http://extension.uga.edu/publications/for-sale.cfm Published on Nov 30, 2014.

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