Georgia peaches almost too good

Haire, Brad
July 2003
Southeast Farm Press;7/16/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that peach crop in Georgia had a favorable weather in 2003. Peach produce of the state; Weather that is favorable to peace crop; Information on peach crop diseases.


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