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CAES Research Farm Project Database

Research Farm Project Outline and Responsibility

Please use the following form for each plant and/or animal project to be conducted at the CAES Research & Education Centers. Please contact Kelly Eisele or Robert Shulstad at (706) 542-2151 with any questions.

While completing the form, be sure to click "Save & Continue" to ensure that you do not lose data.

To retrieve a previous project: Enter your email address and click "Retrieve Projects."

General Info top


Collaborators top

1. Search for CAES collaborators

  1. Search for collaborators by last name.
  2. Move collaborators from the "Search Results" column to the "Selected Collaborators" column by clicking "Add".
  3. If one or more of your collaborators are outside of the college, manually enter them as non-CAES collaborators below.

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2. Add non-CAES collaborators

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Project Description top

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Scientist and Station Responsibilities top

Use the checkboxes below to indicate if this is a plant and/or animal project; a plant or animal section will appear based on your choice. Attention should be given to special budget inputs, labor, supplies and equipment, and disposition/ sale of products.

Plant Science Projects top

General plant project info

Responsibilities by Task

TaskMain Responsible PartyChanges from Routine

Animal Science Projects top

NOTE: An Animal Use Protocol (AUP) must be completed for each project involving animals, even if no treatments are applied to the animals and no data are collected from them. This would include, for example, studies in which animals are used for grazing of forage trials or to create runoff in field studies.

General animal project info

Animal feeding info

Yes No *Specify whose responsibility (Researcher or Farm Unit) it is to provide or pay for each of the special needs listed. Make sure that enough detail is included, so that both the researcher and the farm unit manager clearly understands what is to provided by each to the project.

Responsibilities by Task

TaskMain Responsible PartyChanges from Routine

Important Dates

Date Procedure or Activity to be performed (please do not use commas in this field)
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Additional Responsibilities and Funding top

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Routing and Approval top

The form will be routed electronically to the appropriate department or unit head, REC or Farm Superintendent, and finally the individual responsible for the REC (usually an assistant or associate dean). Please ensure the correct individuals are selected for the three levels. The form can be returned at any approval level with requested changes. The form submitter will be notified by e-mail once the project has been approved.

  • Doug Bailey: Durham Horticulture Farm
  • Lew Hunnicutt: Mountain REC, Northwest REC, Griffin Field Research Services
  • Mark McCann: Vidalia Onion Research and Education Center
  • Donn Shilling: Iron Horse Plant Sciences Farm
  • Robert Shulstad: J. Phil Campbell REC
  • Joe West: Attapulgus Research Farm, Southwest REC, Southeast REC, Stripling Irrigation Research Park, Tifton Field Research Services
Allen Moore

By submitting this form, the principal investigator verifies that all relevant University Guidelines are being met and project protocols were approved by the relevant committees as appropriate (radiological safety, biological hazards, animal use).