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Aug 19, 2013
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Longtime Georgia peanut agronomist says farewell ... sort of

After three decades in the business, John Beasley, the University of Georgia Extension peanut agronomist, is retiring at the end of the year and moving to Auburn University to become a department head there....More
Aug 13, 2013
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Year of the aggressive crop fungicide program

Crop diseases have been a major issue for Georgia farmers this year, for many in Deep South farmers. Aggressive fungicide programs have been a must....More
Aug 9, 2013
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Digital aids making inroads into cotton industry (Part 2)

Veteran cotton farmers and ginners have a reputation of being resistant to change and to new technology....More
Aug 9, 2013
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Digital aids making inroads into cotton industry (Part 1)

For years, Andy Jordan was vice president for technical services at the National Cotton Council. Now he’s turned his sights on ways to help bridge the gap between digital technology and the nuts and bolts of moving cotton from the field to the warehouse and beyond....More
Aug 8, 2013
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Drought-tolerant cotton hits bump in the road

Drought tolerance has been one of the objectives of scientists working on transforming the genetic makeup of commercial crops....More
Aug 2, 2013
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Solar energy growing on Georgia farms

Solar energy and agriculture seem an obvious fit. "The farmer is a patient man, generally speaking, and understand harvesting the sun."...More
Aug 1, 2013
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Sustainability key element in peanut farmers’ success

Sustainability continues to be a much-debated topic in some circles. The University of Georgia’s Bob Kemerait believes many peanut farmers are already practicing sustainability because of what they’re doing on their operations....More
Jul 26, 2013
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International team seeking to unravel peanut genome (Part 2)

Dr. Scott Jackson, director of the Peanut Genome Initiative, previously worked on the mapping of the soybean genome....More
Jul 26, 2013
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International team seeking to unravel peanut genome (Part 1)

When scientists began work on deciphering the human genome it took nearly a decade and $1 billion in funding. The peanut genome is close to the same size as the human genome, but advances in technology mean its mapping could cost less than $6 million....More
Jul 23, 2013
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Peanut Proud program makes a difference in Oklahoma disasters

Shortly after a devastating tornado struck the town of Moore, Okla., last spring the peanut industry swung into action to move supplies of peanut butter to help feed victims of the storm....More
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