Agriculture & Natural Resources
|CAST (Calcium Soil Test)||$5.00|
|Potting, Greenhouse, Nursery Media||$40.00|
|Basic Water Test||$23.00|
|GA Cert. for Drinking Water Providers||$133.00|
|Total Coliform/E. Coli||$46.00|
|Home Loan Closing||$88.00|
Other Testing Services:
- Feed & Forage Analyses
- Animal Waster Analyses
- Plant Tissue
- Biosolids, Sludge, and Non-Animal Wastes
Soil sample bags and water sampling bottles are avaliable at the
Jenkins County Extension Office.
In-Furrow Fertilizers in Peanuts According to research conducted by UGA Extension specialists, using in-furrow fertilizers has proven to cause reduced stand emergence in peanuts. Poor seed quality and/or less than optimum soil conditions can make this much worse.
2021 Virtual UGA Peanut Production Meeting The 2021 UGA Virtual Peanut Production Meeting has been broken down into individual presentations below. Bryan Tucker with the Georgia Peanut Commission shares an update: UGA Peanut Agronomist, Dr. Scott Monfort, discusses new and updated peanut production information for the 2021 season. Dr. Glenn Harris, UGA Extension Soil and Fertilizer...
2021 Virtual UGA Corn & Soybean Production Meeting Below you will find the individual presentations that were included in the Corn and Soybean Production Meeting for 2021. Corey Bryant, UGA Extension Grain Agronomist, shares agronomic considerations, common problems and offers key points on how to obtain high yields for your corn and soybean crop. UGA Precision Ag Specialist,...
2021 Virtual UGA Cotton Production Meeting If you missed the 2021 Virtual UGA Cotton Production Meeting, no worries – below you will find that the meeting has been broken down into individual presentations. Taylor Sills shares Georgia Cotton Commission Update: Choosing which variety to plant is one of the most critical steps in producing a cotton...
Using Pesticides Wisely Engenia, FeXapan, Tavium, XtendiMax All applicators driving the tractor/sprayer applying these herbicides must attend Using Pesticides Wisely during 2021 prior to using these products! As mandated by federal law, applicators must have a private or commercial pesticide applicator license to apply theseproducts. Labels specifically state “To be used by certified applicators...
Georgia Private Pesticide Applicator Exam
How do I obtain a Private Pesticide Applicator License?
Step 1: Purchase course access for the interactive Private Applicator training program through the Georgia Professional Certifications storefront. The cost is $25.00.
Step 2: Complete the new Private Applicator Training Course on Georgia Professional Certifications website. Use the username and temporary password sent to you by Dr. Mickey Taylor. Follow instructions carefully.
- You must pass the final test of each module with a 70 or higher.
Step 3: Print Certificate of Completion once you have completed the course and take to your county Extension Office.
- Before you take the exam, please ensure that you have access to a working printer.
Step 4: Certify that you are engaged in production by completing the Private Pesticide Applicator License Application and complete the Verification of Lawful Presence.
Step 5: The Georgia Department of Ag Pesticides office will review your application and, when approved, send it to the Licensing Division, who will print and issue your license.
We will assist you in your application submission.
Below are some of UGA Extension's most broadly useful resources for those involved in agriculture on the farm, in schools, and around the home.