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Welcome to UGA Extension Coweta County!

UGA Extension Coweta County is a partnership of The University of Georgia, Coweta County Government, Fort Valley State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  It exists to serve all the people of Coweta County in the areas of Agriculture & Natural Resources, 4-H Youth Development, and Family & Consumer Sciences.

Our mission is to extend lifelong learning to Georgia Citizens through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and family.


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Brood X
Brood X Largest brood of 17-year cicadas emerging in U.S. this spring. By Sean Montgomery | Published: 4/9/2021
Bee-friendly lawn
Bee-friendly lawn UGA researchers discover a turfgrass that acts as a bee-friendly lawn By Maggie Narvil | Published: 4/7/2021
Tastier Tomatoes
Tastier Tomatoes Qian Feng found that through selective breeding to increase the size, shell and disease resistance of tomatoes, farmers and producers created a less intense tasting and less nutritious tomato. By Austin Clark | Published: 4/7/2021
Imidacloprid Residue
Imidacloprid Residue A UGA researcher developed a more accurate understanding of the lethal and sublethal effects of neonicotinoid exposure on blue orchard mason bees. By Ian Bennett | Published: 4/6/2021
Horticulture Club Scholarship
Horticulture Club Scholarship In January, the UGA Horticulture Club donated a total of $27,200 to two scholarship funds, the Horticulture Scholarship Fund and the Paul Thomas Floriculture Scholarship Endowment. By Caroline Odom | Published: 4/2/2021
Landscape Plant Diseases
Landscape Plant Diseases Boxwood blight and Leyland cypress diseases are rampant around the state. By Josh Paine | Published: 4/1/2021