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    • Alfalfa management in Georgia 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Buntin, G. David; Ely, Lane O.; Lacy, R. Curt; Heusner, Gary L.; Stewart, Robert L. (University of Georgia, 2009-01-09)
      Alfalfa is a high-yielding, perennial legume that is well-suited to hay, silage, or pasture production. Alfalfa is known as the “Queen of Forages” because it produces an excellent quality, high-protein forage. These ...
    • An analysis of peanut price support issues 1996 

      Carley, D. H.; Fletcher, Stanley M. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-20)
      In this report, analysis of data and results from previous studies are used to provide information concerning the peanut price support issue. This publication is provided for information purposes so that industry leaders ...
    • Annual bluegrass control in non-residential commercial turfgrass in Georgia 

      McCullough, Patrick E. (University of Georgia, 2010-03-30)
      Annual bluegrass (Poa annua L.) is a problematic winter annual weed. Compared to most turfgrasses, annual bluegrass has a lighter green color, coarser leaf texture and produces unsightly seedheads. Its seed germinates in ...
    • Best Management Practices for landscape water conservation 

      Berle, David Christian; Harrison, Kerry A.; Seymour, Rose Mary; Wade, Gary L.; Waltz, Clint; Westerfield, Robert (University of Georgia, 2007-10-05)
      Landscape water conservation Best Management Practices (BMPs) are practices that integrate plant selection, plant adaptation, irrigation, cultural and management practices, and a change in the acceptable expectations of ...
    • Common terms used in animal feeding and nutrition 

      Saha, Uttam Kamar; Sonon, Leticia S.; Hancock, Dennis W.; Hill, Nicholas S.; Stewart, Lawton; Heusner, Gary L.; Kissel, David E. (University of Georgia, 2010-06-18)
      The purpose of this publication is to serve as an educational reference and resource to those who are interested in animal feeding and nutrition. Our primary objective is to list the common terms used when discussing animal ...
    • Cool-season grass cultivar trials in north Georgia 

      Hoveland, Carl S.; Durham, R. Greg; Bouton, J. H.; Thompson, D. S.; Worley, Philip C.; Calvert, Vaughn H., II; Newsome, James F. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-20)
      This report summarizes the results of eight forage yield trials evaluating cool-season perennial grass cultivars at four locations in north and central Georgia from 1988–93.
    • Cotton growth and development 

      Ritchie, Glen Lorin; Bednarz, Craig W.; Jost, Philip H.; Brown, Steve M. (University of Georgia, 2007-06)
      Understanding the growth and development of the cotton plant helps producers grow a high-yielding, high quality crop. The following discussion is intended to provide applicable information on the growth and development of ...
    • Eclipta identification and control in peanut 

      Prostko, Eric P. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-24)
      Eclipta is considered to be one of the world's worst weeds. This publication discusses the identification and control of eclipta in peanut.
    • Forage systems for horses in Georgia 

      Andrae, John; Heusner, Gary L. (University of Georgia, 2009-03)
      A good pasture and forage program can provide quality feed and normally will be the most efficient and economical means of providing a substantial part of equine rations. In Georgia, we are fortunate to have a mild climate, ...
    • Forage use and grazing herd management during a drought 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Rossi, Johnny; Lacy, R. Curt (University of Georgia, 2010-07-26)
      This brief management guideline provides producers with specific management tactics that may minimize the potential for short- and long-term problems. These tactics, categorized in order of early, advanced, and severe ...
    • Georgia corn diagnostic guide 

      Lee, R. Dewey; Prostko, Eric P.; Brown, Steve L.; Hudson, Richard A.; Kemerait, Robert C.; McDonald, Greg; Baird, Richard; Mask, Paul; Flanders, Kathy (University of Georgia, 2009-03-24)
      The field is a complex environment with many factors that can interact to influence the growth of a corn plant. These factors can be living in the form of insects, diseases, nematodes and weeds; or, they can be non-living ...
    • Georgia forages: grass species 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Hicks, Ray; Kichler, Jeremy M.; Smith, Robert C., III (University of Georgia, 2009-01-20)
      The geographic and environmental diversity of Georgia allows for the extensive use of both cool and warm season grass species. In general, cool season grass species provide higher nutritional quality than warm season ...
    • Georgia forages: legume species 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Hicks, Ray; Morgan, Steven P.; Franks, Randy W. (University of Georgia, 2008-11-04)
      Legume species add significantly to forage systems in Georgia. They are an excellent source of high quality forage, and are generally very digestible and contain high levels of crude protein (CP). Many legumes also provide ...
    • Grazing impacts on pasture composition 

      Andrae, John (University of Georgia, 2009-03-24)
      Much attention has been placed on the potential negative environmental impacts of grazing; however, grazing can be a powerful tool for improving pasture health and productivity. Grazing diminishes the competitive ability ...
    • Guide to field crop troubleshooting 

      Beasley, John P., Jr.; Harris, Glendon H.; Brown, Steven M. (University of Georgia, 2010-04-22)
      This publication is intended to enhance the diagnostic skills of agriculturalists, primarily county agents, consultants and others who directly advise farmers. Rather than address specific symptomology for a given crop, ...
    • Hophornbeam copperleaf identification and control in peanut 

      Prostko, Eric P. (University of Georgia, 2009-03-25)
      Hophornbeam copperleaf has become an increasing problem in agricultural fields throughout Georgia. It can occur at densities that have the potential to reduce yields and influence harvest efficiency. Hophornbeam copperleaf ...
    • Leaf spot diagnosis and management in bermudagrass forages 

      Andrae, John; Heusner, Gary L.; Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D.; Morgan, Robert (University of Georgia, 2009-03-25)
      Bermudagrass leaf spot is a disease that decreases yields, nutritive value and palatability.
    • The management and use of bahiagrass 

      Hancock, Dennis W.; Lacy, R. Curt; Stewart, Lawton; Tubbs, Ronald Scott; Kichler, Jeremy M.; Green, T. Wade; Hicks, Ray (University of Georgia, 2010-03-15)
      Bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flugge) is a long-lived, perennial warm season grass that is grown extensively in the southeastern United States. It is most commonly used as a pasture species, but can be used for hay production, ...
    • The management and use of switchgrass in Georgia 

      Hancock, Dennis W. (University of Georgia, 2009-10-13)
      Recently, switchgrass has attracted attention as a potential bioenergy crop. High yields of biomass with relatively few inputs make switchgrass a favorable choice for bioenergy production. In contrast, the use of switchgrass ...
    • Managing wild radish in wheat 

      Culpepper, Stanley (University of Georgia, 2009-10-23)
      Wild radish is the most common weed infesting small grains throughout Georgia. Wild radish is classified as a winter annual, but recently it has been germinating in Georgia during the fall, winter and spring.