Soybeans grow on a plant at a UGA lab in Athens. October 2009 CAES News
UGA researching effectiveness of late-planted soybeans
Low commodity prices force growers to consider viable alternatives.
Sushil Yadav, a Borlaug Fellow who spent four months at the University of Georgia Center for Applied Genetic Technologies working with Zenglu Li, learning “metabolic fingerprinting” skills that he'll take back t the Central Research Institute for Dryland Research in India. CAES News
Borlaug Fellows Team with UGA Researchers to Enhance Food Security in Home Countries
International ag scientists work with UGA faculty to help improve food security back home.
CAES News
CAES faculty ready themselves for a summer of international travel
CAES Office of Global Programs supports international collaboration with travel grants.
UGA graduate student Chase Straw is working with Associate Professor of Crop and Soil Sciences Gerald Henry to use the ground sensing Toro PS60000 to create more efficient maintenance regimens for turf areas on UGA's Athens Campus. CAES News
CAES students use Sustainable UGA grants to better campus
CAES students develop biodiesel tractor, sustainable turf plan for UGA campus.
Collard greens grow in a garden in Butts Co., Ga. CAES News
Collard greens: Not just a Southern thing anymore
Farmers hoping for more green from the collard greens.
Joshua Berning, an assistant professor at the University of Georgia, found that physician recommendations helped people lose more weight over a one-year period of time than those who did not receive a recommendation. CAES News
Physician recommendations result in greater weight loss, UGA research finds
Asking patients about their weight can help them shed pounds.
Pictured is a tent-like structure used as shading for bell pepper research on the UGA Tifton Campus. CAES News
UGA horticulturist believes shading bell peppers increases yields, extends growing season
Physiological disorders caused during summer highs can be improved by shading bell peppers.
Here's a closeup picture of blueberries being grown in Alapaha. Picture taken in May, 2013. CAES News
Early blueberry varieties impacted by deep freezes in January, February
Georgia blueberry farmers use frost protection to aid against cold weather.
Adriana Coppola, a native Italian now living in Johns Creek, won the grand prize in the University of Georgia's 2015 Flavor of Georgia Food Product Contest with her A&A Alta Cucina Italia Balsamico al Mirtillo, a blueberry balsamic vinegar reduction. CAES News
A&A Alta Cucina Italia balsamic vinegar wins 2015 Flavor of Georgia contest
Johns Creek Italian gourmet takes top prize at Flavor of Georgia contest