Moultrie Observer


June 30, 2014

Growing Georgia, June 2014

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:

June 30: Farmer donates farm to 4-H in honor of fiancee.

June 27: Farm labor shortage costly to the state.

June 26: Robots lending a hand on the farm.

June 25: New process could wipe out peanut allergies.

June 24: Relief could come to drought-stricken Texas, California.

June 23: Unique Rural Studies program gains attention for ABAC.

June 20: Farm camps popular but pose risks.

June 19: Model may help growers mitigate costly droughts.

June 18: Peach trees suffer early death this spring.

June 17: Food companies sue over GMO requirements.

June 16: Take time to comment on Clean Water Act rule.

June 13: Another $30 million will go to fight citrus greening.

June 12: BASF plans to expand as new cotton herbicide hits the market.

June 11: IntelliAir's BinManager system makes grain management simple.

June 10: Field Day focuses on fertility.

June 9: UGA breeder works to improve cotton quality, breed nematode resistance.

June 6: Auburn cattle meeting explores growing the herd.

June 5: Research makes switchgrass ethanol cheaper to produce.

June 4: Valley Water Management helps growers save on water and money.

June 3: Ag groups urge EPA to take more input on water rule.

June 2: Producers working to keep PEDV out of the Southeast.


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