Moultrie Observer


November 3, 2012

Growing Georgia, October 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:

Oct. 31: Reinke Irrigation's President Chris Roth talks technology and hometown values.

Oct. 30: Commissioner Gary Black talks about next week's Georgia Grown Symposium.

Oct. 29: Drawing crowds with a tractor-themed video game.

Oct. 26: ABAC partnerships in natural resources: Hands-on experience.

Oct. 25: Former soldiers helping to slow the feral hog explosion.

Oct. 24: Vegetables don't grow at the grocery store.

Oct. 23: The hunt of a lifetime — Africa.

Oct. 22: Fort Valley State's meat technology program offers services.

Oct. 19: Sustainable farming pioneer to speak at UGA on Nov. 8.

Oct. 18: Lane Southern Orchards — From a farm to a destination.

Oct. 17: Playing politics with the American farmer.

Oct. 16: New Trimble device puts high-tech within reach.

Oct. 15: Sunbelt Expo marks many anniversaries.

Oct. 12: College internships — More than a summer job.

Oct. 11: Aquaculture programs preparing students to supply fish in the future.

Oct. 10: UGA Ag School sending visitors to Cuba.

Oct. 9: Southern Forestry, 800,000 seedlings per year.

Oct. 8: Fall starts with uneventful weather.

Oct. 5: Reinke Irrigation, past and present.

Oct. 4: Army National Guard training to train Afghan farmers.

Oct. 3: Want to map field boundaries? There's an app for that.

Oct. 2: Round Up Ready Xtend Crop System.

Oct. 1: Pioneer promises higher yields with 2013 launches.


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