Brad Haire

Associate Editor

Raised in south Georgia, Brad Haire has covered the South’s diverse agriculture for more than 15 years, working with daily and weekly newspapers, as news director of UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and as editor of Farm Progress Companies Southern Farmer.

His stories and photographs about agriculture have been published across the country. His video work has appeared on TV stations in Georgia and websites across the region. He has contributed to segments for NBC and CBS affiliates, CNN, Animal Planet, PBS and National Geographic, too, and has produced a daily farm radio show.

He’s won a handful of national awards for Extension educational materials.

Southern, wheat, early, start, seeding, rates, planting dates, nitrogen
Southern wheat set right early pays off later
Southeast wheat planting hits full stride as the temperatures drop to freezing. the 2014 wheat season begins.
heavy, rains, Georgia, peanuts, fungicides, needed, diseases
Swampy fields lead to peanut problems in Lower Southeast
“With the weather this summer, there is a good chance that some leaf spot is already present in a field before a fungicide program can be established.”
Old disease continues assault on Georgia melons
“This tells me we’ve had a shift in pathogenicity of the Fusaruim wilt from Race 1 to Race 2 to possibly Race 3."
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