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Free tissue analysis for Georgia Citrus Growers Now is the best time to conduct tissue analysis of your citrus trees.  The UGA lab has grant funds to conduct nutrient analysis surveys from citrus trees in Georgia. This year, to get a higher level of participation, the lab is opening free…
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Late Season Pecan Considerations

Aug 2, 2022 | Written by Lenny Wells As we enter August shell hardening is upon us for Pawnee and other varieties are only a few days to weeks behind. This means that for Pawnee we are shifting from nut sizing to kernel filling. As a result there are two things to keep…
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Corn Harvest is Here….

Corn producers are beginning to harvest their crop in Colquitt County, and so far I have been hearing some good yields (220 bu +). This corn crop has seen its fair share of difficulties due to a period of hot, dry weather followed by a very rainy weather pattern. We’re hoping…
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2022 Georgia Corn Production Contest

The Georgia Corn Production Contest (High Yield) is designed to recognize the State’s growers whoproduce high yields, and to gather valuable extension data regarding production practices necessary to obtain those yields.Any Georgia corn grower is eligible to enter the contest. A grower may make more than one entry, andare encouraged…
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Smart irrigation scheduling benefits producers

By Jordan Powers Producers can use smart apps like Irrigator Pro to adapt their irrigation schedules based on real-time weather data. (Photo by Irrigator Pro) As climate variability increasingly affects producers across the Southeastern U.S., Wes Porter spends a lot of time thinking about water — specifically, crop irrigation — and how available tools…
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