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Upcoming Agricultural Events
Nov 2 - Nov 3 4-H & Fanning Joint Youth Voice Town Hall - NW District Athens, GA - (67.0 miles) Part of a virtual town hall series allowing youth voice to help influence policies and programming both in UGA youth interactions and in local communities. These town halls bring together select senior 4-H'ers and adult community leaders to exchange ideas, feedback, and insights.
Nov 2 Planting Flowering Bulbs - (31.0 miles) Planting flower bulbs is a very rewarding garden experience that can add some wonderful color to your landscape.
Nov 9 - Nov 10 Northwest District Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Contest Athens, GA - (67.0 miles) 4-H event
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Extension Agriculture News
  • Striking species has golden webs, snacks on some stink bugs. Striking species has golden webs, snacks on some stink bugs. Discovered in Georgia seven years ago, the Asian spider is settling in. By Beth Gavrilles | Published: 10/26/2020
  • "Hearts of Glass" UGA horticulture offers viewing and discussion of film about Vertical Harvest, a Jackson, Wyoming, agribusiness that facilitates high-quality food production while providing employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. By Sean Montgomery | Published: 10/19/2020
  • Fire ant supergene Fire ant supergene Newly discovered supergene in fire ants leads to variation in long-term behavior. By Sean Montgomery | Published: 10/15/2020
  • D.W. Brooks Lecture 2020 D.W. Brooks Lecture 2020 The event, which is open to the public, will be held via Zoom on Nov. 10, 2020. By Josh Paine | Published: 10/13/2020
  • Student Profile: Jennifer Abogoom Student Profile: Jennifer Abogoom Jennifer Abogoom, a student researcher supported by the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut, seeks to better understand why farmers choose the seed they do and what quality their seed has, compared to certified seed. By Allison Floyd | Published: 10/8/2020
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