January is hardly known as “tornado season,” but conditions were ripe to brew a deadly batch of them in the Southeastern U.S. over the weekend.
Overnight temperatures dipping into the low 20s March 15-16 hit some of Georgia’s berry and peach crops, although state agriculture officials weren’t yet sure how extensive the damage was. Read moreRead More »
The John B. Pitner Center, first opened in 1985, is the laboratory and administrative space for the center. The renovation includes new labs for the Advanced Plant Technology program, a stronger network for data transfer and more collaborative workspaces. Read moreRead More »