Moultrie Observer


April 1, 2012

Growing Georgia, March 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:

March 30: State's first Master Composter Program.

March 29: New John Deere products from Lasseter Equipment Group.

March 28: Long Produce aims to maximize every acre.

March 27: Atlantic and Southern Equipment.

March 26: Young farmers concerned over land availablility, government regulations.

March 23: Tifton researchers make strides in organic peanut production.

March 22: AGCO working to help farmers double food production by 2050.

March 21: ABAC committed to keeping Georgia ag strong.

March 20: Training for land conservation professionals.

March 19: Farrah Newberry talks about The Georgia Milk Producers.

March 16: UGA scientist Andy Paterson named Regents Professor.

March 15: Spring Creek Ag puts chicken litter to work for row crop farmers.

March 14: Georgia olive farms.

March 13: Alabama ag commissioner focused on how to feed the world.

March 12: Georgia FFA Foundation.

March 9: Springtime is tree-planting time.

March 8: UGA Cooperative Extension — Helping farmers and communities alike.

March 7: Florida ag commissioner cites water, labor and pests as key issues.

March 6: Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission.

March 5: Rep. Sanford Bishop sees strong effort on 2012 Farm Bill.

March 2: UGA study sheds light on aphid vs. wasp evolution.

March 1: Nicole Karstedt talks about The Georgia Dairy Mobile Classroom.

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