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2021 UGA Virtual Pecan Production Meeting

Registration is now open for the 2021 Virtual Pecan Production Meetings. You must register to view and participate. To register click on the link or picture below. You choose the meeting date that fits your schedule and enter your information. A confirmation email will be delivered to you after registration….
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2021 UGA Virtual Cotton Production Meetings

Registration is now open for the 2021 Virtual Cotton Production Meetings. You must register to view and participate. To register click on the link or picture below. You choose the meeting date that fits your schedule and enter your information. A confirmation email will be delivered to you after registration….
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2021 Virtual Peanut Production Meetings

Registration is now open for the 2021 Virtual Peanut Production Meetings. You must register to view and participate. To register click on the link or picture below. You choose the meeting date that fits your schedule and enter your information. A confirmation email will be delivered to you after registration….
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2021 UGA Production Meetings

UGA Extension Production Meetings will be held via Zoom this year in light of COVID restrictions. We hope to return to an in-person format in 2022.  Private and Commercial Pesticide Credits will be offered. We will receive information with: zoom links, agendas and pesticide credit info at a later date….
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Year End COVID 19 Survey #2

This week the Georgia Department of Agriculture will announce the release of a second “Impact of COVID-19 on Agriculture Survey”. The Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development faculty have modified and updated the first survey that was released in May 2020. Their hope is that farmers can now place some…
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Cotton Defoliation

Defoliating cotton is an art. Each year presents different challenges. Once the field reaches 75% open bolls or 4 or less nodes above the upper cracked boll it is time to pull the trigger. Cotton Defoliants each have a different job. Most farmers have a general “recipe” that they use…
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