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FORT VALLEY, Ga. — Georgia peach farmers are feeling “peachy” about the outlook for this season’s crop, which is expected to more than double last year’s volume, according to Jeff Cook, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources agent for Peach and Taylor counties.

TIFTON, Ga. — Georgia’s vegetable growers need to irrigate more frequently as unseasonably high temperatures are forecast to remain high with little to no rainfall expected. Andre da Silva, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension vegetable specialist, said it is urgent that vegetable producers heed this advice.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — Colquitt County farmers may be planting a little more corn this year, but cotton and peanuts are still the king-sized row crops going in the ground this spring.

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MOULTRIE, Ga. — Colquitt County farmers may be planting a little more corn this year, but cotton and peanuts are still the king-sized row crops going in the ground this spring.