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New Viticulture Specialist linkSarah Lowder joined the Department of Horticulture in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences this spring as the state’s only viticulturist, a position dedicated to providing the best methods for the cultivation and harvest of wine grapes.By Emily Cabrera
| Published: 8/23/2023
Blueberry Breeding linkGeorgia is well-known as the Peach State, but since 1949 plant breeders at the University of Georgia have been on a blue streak, bringing more than 50 blueberry varieties to market.By Jordan Powers
| Published: 7/27/2023