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Annual Peanut Tour
The Georgia Peanut Tour is a yearly event sponsored by the Georgia Peanut Commission. It highlights a cross-section of the peanut industry from field to manufacturing. The tour is a 2-3 day event beginning with a “Hot Topics” seminar. Please click the dates below to view the agendas for previous peanut tours.
Agenda files are in PDF format: 2010 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006
“Hot Topics” at the Annual Peanut Tour
Every peanut tour begins with a “Hot Topics” seminar. The seminar is designed to showcase some of the latest peanut research, product development and news. Please click the dates below to view agendas for previous seminars. Links to the presentations (in PDF format) are also available.
2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004
This is a seed seminar presented at the Georgia Peanut Farm Show. The seed seminar brings together representatives from peanut associations and industry to talk about topics pertaining to the peanut seed.
See our review of the 2009 seed seminar
HACCP in the peanut industry
Learn more about HACCP workshops and trainings offered by UGA Food Science and Technology Extension.
Southern Peanut Growers Conference
This is a yearly conference presented by the Southern Peanut Farmers Federation. Featuring general sessions providing farmers with information on peanut research, legislative issues and promotional efforts of the peanut industry, the Southern Peanut Growers Conference is held annually in July.
See our review of the 2010 conference
Peanut Leadership Academy
The Peanut Leadership Academy is a cooperative effort between grower organizations and agricultural extension. The academy is sponsored by Syngenta Crop Protection and the American Peanut Shellers Association. Participants are nominated by agricultural leaders in their counties and then selected by a committee of state leaders.