Research and Education Garden: Disseminating Pollution Prevention Information for Urban Landscapes
Varlamoff, Susan M.
Latimer, Joyce G.
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The Georgia Station Research & Education Garden serves as a vehicle to transfer research results to the general public through hands-on programs. Research focuses primarily on improving the economic viability of the ornamental horticulture industry while reducing the environmental effects of fertilizers and pesticides in the landscape through the use of pollution prevention strategies. The Georgia Station Research & Education Garden connects scientists with industry professionals and the general public, allowing for the rapid transfer of research information to improve the quality of Georgia urban landscapes while preventing the pollution of groundwater and surface water.