Moultrie Observer

Agriculture

March 2, 2013

Growing Georgia, February 2013

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:

Feb. 28: UGA wins $410,906 for food research.

Feb. 27: Insurance issues you should consider.

Feb. 26: National FFA director moves on to new challenges.

Feb. 25: Natural insecticide, nematicide key to company's success.

Feb. 22: VAULT giving roots the bacteria they crave.

Feb. 21: More grants for cover-crop research available this summer.

Feb. 20: ABAC celebrates restored historic campus.

Feb. 19: Roots of the Morrill Act.

Feb. 18: For Shaws, a new crop but same family tie.

Feb. 15: Study shows agriculture, forestry dominate Alabama economy.

Feb. 14: Experts explore answers to farm pest problems.

Feb. 13: Subsurface drip irrigation growing in popularity in Southeast.

Feb. 12: How a change in TV benefits precision ag.

Feb. 11: Peanut moisture meter coming in near future.

Feb. 8: 35 years later, 'Farmer' essay still helping FFA.

Feb. 7: Over seven decades, Cunninghams kept up with growing peanut crop.

Feb. 6: Income averaging — Spreading your taxable income over several years.

Feb. 5: Pecans & Peaches: The best of times, the worst of times.

Feb. 4: 2013 Ag Forecast.

Feb. 1: Reinke Manufacturing's role in the significant issues facing irrigation.

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