Cattlemen in Georgia are working to organize a state commodity commission for beef, a step other states are considering as well.
For Hall County, autumn is one of the greatest times of year.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension from the College of Agriculture is hosting a series of income tax courses for tax return preparers.
So the garden has stopped producing and you think there is not much to do in the garden this time of year.
American farmers and ranchers literally help feed the world by producing a bounty of agricultural products.
The City of Gainesville is very lucky to be flanked by Lake Lanier. The lake is a great source of entertainment and its tranquility has a calming effect for many. In a year like this one, it has been a great foundation to the summertime economy of the county and region as well.
It seems no matter where you are in Georgia, solar power is getting more popular. I was recently with co-workers in Habersham County and we took a look at a farm where solar panels had been installed. It was a great operation, and the farmer seemed well pleased with his investment.
True gardeners are planners. They always look ahead to next season on what to plant, where to plant and what to do differently.
Agriculture in Georgia is a complicated and interwoven industry. When one segment is affected by a downturn, another segment typically is quick to follow. But the same is true when positive changes occur.
The choices of plants for the garden are endless. It seems these days you can get almost anything you would want to plant in your landscape.
Pat Duncan's eyes light up when she talks about the graceful simplicity of an aquaponics system.
A summer vegetable garden is just not complete without summer squash growing in the mix of tomatoes, peppers, okra and cucumbers.
Agriculture is the largest industry in the country and the pulse of the economy can generally be gauged by how well the industry is functioning.
Georgia's weather is funny, and it does not take long for it to change on a dime. Spring was cool and wet, and now we are hot and humid.
Soybeans in Hall County have gained back some popularity by farmers as prices have stayed firm at decent levels. I guess over the past four or five years, soybean acreage has increased by three- or fourfold.
As turf grass areas occasionally begin to thin out, moss and algae begin to form because conditions for growing dense, healthy turf have declined.
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