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Cotton variety selection key to overcoming low prices

Apr 02, 15 Cotton variety selection key to overcoming low prices

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By Jordan Hill With cotton prices plummeting below 60 cents this winter, selecting a variety to plant for the upcoming season is a critical decision for Georgia farmers. The University of Georgia Cotton Variety Selection Program provides growers with the research-based information they need to produce the state’s No. 1 row...

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Wheat Varieties Make Way to Breads and Malt Beverages

By Sharon Durham Two varieties of wheat, released for production in 2009 by a group led by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist, have now become valued ingredients in products of two North Carolina businesses. Appalachian White and NuEast are being used in bread and beer. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) research...

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Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

Apr 02, 15 Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

Posted by in Celebration

We have finally gotten to the time of year that we get excited as anglers. The warmer temperatures are here and has ushered in some pretty good fishing. The fishing that we have here this time of year is hard to beat. I have not fished in a lot of places around the country but the few places I have fished were second fiddle to...

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Poultry industry byproduct is valuable natural fertilizer

By Sharon Dowdy Claudia Dunkley’s colleagues at the University of Georgia help the state’s poultry farmers grow chickens more efficiently. Dunkley helps them handle one of the industry’s biggest, and often underappreciated, byproducts – chicken litter. For the past seven years, Dunkley has conducted Extension and applied...

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