Moultrie Observer


December 1, 2012

Growing Georgia, November 2012

ATHENS, Ga. — "Growing Georgia," an online publication of Growing America, features articles and videos related to farming in the Peach State.

Click below for recent issues:

Nov. 30: Gabon & Georgia strike a deal to foster agricultural development.

Nov. 29: The future of energy on the farm.

Nov. 28: Two new products from Grasshopper Fertilizer.

Nov. 27: Alltech's Global 500 focused on addressing challenges.

Nov. 26: Nearly 40 years in business, CNI adapts to changing input technology.

Nov. 16: State ag leaders announce applications for Georgia Agricultural Tax Exemption are open to the public.

Nov. 15: Albany, Ft. Valley get grants for Farm to School program.

Nov. 14: Georgia International Trade director to headline 2013 ag forecast series.

Nov. 12: Growers from across the state turn out for Georgia Grown event.

Nov. 9: Sharing farm life with the big city.

Nov. 8: The business of producing quality container seedlings.

Nov. 7: With the election over, will Congress deal with the Farm Bill?

Nov. 6: Energy Solutions for the Southeast.

Nov. 5: Seed prices expected to significantly rise next year.

Nov. 2: Georgia pecan crop early but good; prices still low for farmers.

Nov. 1: The importance of estate planning for the conservative farmer.

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