UAC Magazine

UAC Magazine is a content-rich publication distributed to UAC Business Level members (a member benefit) as well as friends of the association in the media, education, and government.


UAC Magazine is a glossy color magazine published four times each year. The current issue is available for viewing on the UAC website; past issues are archived for members to access online at any time. Ads are included in both print and online versions.

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Fall 2018


  • Executive Director message

  • The easiest 5% you’ll ever save!

  • GALA for the people  Your awards program now fits you better

  • EDGE is now LPU  …but better!

  • What did you miss?  UGA Turfgrass Research Field Day

  • Looking to grow your team?


  • Me & my mentor  Matt Lowe, Swift Straw

  • Have you met  Bob Moore, Agri-AFC

  • Pest 411   Fall armyworms are on the move

  • Save the date

  • Marketplace news  New feature for UAC Magazine

  • Safety works UAC Safety School

  • Pro project  Accentuating the amenities by Chatham Landscape Services

  • What the tech? Evernote is a mighty solution for small business

  • Directory of advertisers


  • Growing Managers Series  Running a manager nursery

  • Generation WHY  Who are they and how do we motivate them?

  • Apple’s Group FaceTime  A revelation for small business

  • Aqua illumination  Water-safe lighting

  • No mobile site?  It’s a death wish for small business

  • Is it time to sell?  Preparation is key to successful outcome

  • House Bill 673  Georgia’s Hands-Free Law


  • Glyphosate History, research, safety, and news

  • Paul Pugliese recognized Bartow County Ext. coordinator wins awards

  • NICH Industry leaders create strategic plan for growth

  • OPEI leaf blower toolkit Promoting the value of equipment

  • “Wild Spotter” app Tracking and stopping the spread of invasive species

  • Sharing findings UGA Turfgrass Research Field Day

  • New UGA department head Crop and Soil Sciences welcomes Sherrier


  • 2018 Classic City Awards Best of the best from UGA Trial Gardens

  • Rain and pests  The link between moisture and pest problems

  • Why tree protection efforts fail Start with the soil

  • Riparian buffer strips  What they are and how they work

  • Pollinator power  The biology of the honeybee

  • Cool-season containers  Pansies, snapdragons, thyme and cypress

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