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David
Posted 2/21/2021 15:33 (#8849048 - in reply to #8848780)
Subject: RE: Georgia crops



If it is truly a grass crop it may just be a cover crop of rye, wheat, or oats. Rye is widely used for suppression of Palmer amaranth. It may be wheat for harvest as well. It could also be a sod farm that had some winter annual sown into it to help hold the sod together during winter.

You may have seen peaches or pecans.

Lots and lots of cotton and peanuts there with some field corn and sweet corn and still a little tobacco. Further south in Georgia it could be broccoli, cabbage, cole crops, watermelons, squash, bell peppers, etc. South Georgia is quite an area.

Edited by David 2/21/2021 15:34
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