Georgia peanut harvest running behind

Hollis, Paul L.
October 2005
Southeast Farm Press;10/5/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 23, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that U.S. National Weather Service has increased its hurricane prediction in Georgia. Number of tropical systems on the latest hurricane prediction; Statement from the University of Georgia peanut specialist John Beasley about good harvest conditions for most Georgia peanut growers; Effect of temperature and water on peanut plants.


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