"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 31: Women in Ag — Black goes from raising a calf to raising awareness.

March 28: Peach growers across the Southeast get nipped.

March 27: Expert says forage can feed cattle 300 days out of the year.

March 26: Could marijuana be a new cash crop?

March 25: Waging war on stink bugs using trap crops.

March 24: Court overturns mandate on harvest date for onions.

March 21: USDA advocating for more rural high-speed internet.

March 20: Cattlemen weigh whether to grow the herd.

March 19: Proud of the peanut, group helps feed those in need.

March 18: Agriculture celebrations planned across the U.S.

March 17: Climatologist predicts drier planting season for Spring 2014.

March 14: Target spot can take a bite out of cotton yields.

March 13: PEDv sends hog futures soaring.

March 12: In Mississippi, rural heritage celebrated with modern technology.

March 11: Southwest's water deficits could be Southeast's gain.

March 10: Farmers are beginning to harvest the benefits of social media.

March 7: Timber theft can leave landowner stumped.

March 6: Check spreader now to avoid uneven stand later.

March 5: Reinke's Neil Lunzmann discusses irrigation technology.

March 4: Frigid weather may knock back pests on the farm.

March 3: 100 years later, photos show child laborers in rural America.

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