Freezing temperatures throughout the state this week have caused short-term problems for farmers and long-term problems for consumers. Freezes damage fruit blossoms, which means there will be lower crop yields for fruits like peaches and blueberries going into the summer. Blossoms are a common sign of spring, but UGA Climatologist Pam Knox says it’s a…
ATHENS — There have been 13,000 sightings of the stink bug in the past week alone. This could be bad for Georgia’s cotton industry.
ATHENS — Entomologists at UGA need Georgians help.