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UGA Ag Forecast 2022

Held in Tifton, GA last month – this event had its main sessions recorded – of which row crops, forestry, horticulture, and livestock/poultry can be found below. The ag forecast report document can be found here: https://agforecast.caes.uga.edu/ Also, the updated crop comparison tool as well as commodity budgets can be…
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Ag Forecast – In-person & Virtual

There is a $10 fee for online registration and the in-person fee is $20 (includes breakfast). Program Here: Agenda below: 2022 Agenda January 28th, 2022 7:30 am       Registration and light breakfast 8:30 am       2022 Georgia Ag Forecast begins Welcome — Mike Toews, Assistant Dean, UGA Tifton Campus UGA…
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Cold/Frost Threat as April Starts

We’re all eyeing the forecasted lows for tomorrow and Friday night as many a bulk of watermelon transplants rest in fields this pre-Easter week. Pam Knox, UGA Ag Climatologist, mentions in a recent article that much can fluctuate between now and Friday saying: “Frost is a tricky thing to forecast….check…
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Vegetable & Watermelon Meetings

Colquitt Co Extension have a recorded Vegetable Production meeting to share. Fantastic info, unfortunately there’s no CEU’s for watching the recording. See the YouTube video below along with its timestamps: 4:41- Intro 7:05 – Insect Management in Vegetables – Alton Sparks, Jr 35:32 – Fungicide Update – Bhabesh Dutta 1:01:30…
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Online GDA Produce Safety Rule Workshop

From GDA Press Release: January 26 & 27  from 8:00 am- 12:00 pm This two-day online workshop is being offered to produce growers. The training will cover the standardized curriculum designed by the Produce Safety Alliance, which meets the regulatory requirements of the Produce Safety Rule under FSMA (Food Safety…
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