Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Southwest Georgia farmers pick themselves up and trudge ahead after Hurricane Michael

Sharon Dowdy of UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has an interesting story this week about how farmers and extension agents in southwest Georgia are coping after the devastating effect of Hurricane Michael earlier this month. Lots of good stories about what happened to farmers around the area and how they are getting back to normal. You can read it here.

University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agent Andrew Warner and peanut consultant Jimmy Miller evaluate peanuts after Hurricane Michael’s trek through Seminole County, Georgia.