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Agriculture Resources

Staying up to date on the latest agricultural practices is critical for farmers to enhance productivity, optimize resource use, and adapt to evolving challenges. 



Organic production is a system of practices that relies on biological cycles to minimize diseases and pests and to help maintain soil fertility. 



Cattle are raised in all 159 counties of Georgia. UGA offers many educational programs to help producers stay up to date on the latest cattle management research and to assist new producers as they get started. 


Urban Agriculture

Urban agriculture is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food within a city or urban environment, often utilizing innovative and space-efficient methods.

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Fruits and Vegtables

Whether you are a commercial grower or a home gardener, UGA has resources to help you grow a successful crop. Most of the fruits and vegetables grown in Georgia are for the fresh market. 



UGA Poultry Science provides relevant educational and service-related programs for commercial poultry producers, and small flock producers to enhance production and economic efficiencies,



Pollinators play a vital role in fertilizing plants, ensuring the reproduction of various crops and maintaining biodiversity. There is a lot to learn about being a successful beekeeper. 

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