Moultrie Observer


February 29, 2012

Growing Georgia, February 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:

Feb. 29: Southern Link Wireless.

Feb. 28: Pennington Seed.

Feb. 27: New AGCO products for 2012.

Feb. 24: Young Farmers Association.

Feb. 23: USDA Rural Energy for America program.

Feb. 22: Rabo AgriFinance expects end to record farm income in 2012.

Feb. 21: Center of Innovation for Agribusiness.

Feb. 20: AgrAbility — Helping farmers with disabilities.

Feb. 17: Georgia Pest Management Handbook available from UGA.

Feb. 16: Ag Technologies — Georgia's full service precision ag provider.

Feb. 14: Georgia Cattlemen's Convention and Beef Expo.

Feb. 13: Agricultural Leadership Symposium scheduled for Wiregrass Technical College.

Feb. 10: UGA professor brings organic farming to the classroom.

Feb. 9: Pioneer Hi-Bred has record-breaking 2011.

Feb. 8: David Skinner talks about the Georgia Development Authority.

Feb. 7: Reinke Irrigation foresees more technology on the farm.

Feb. 6: John Deere — Integrated solution strategy.

Feb. 3: Students awarded grants for sustainability projects.

Feb. 2: Lasseter Equipment Company.

Feb. 1: Precision planting.

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