Demand for one Georgia industry is covering a lot of ground in the state

Demand for one Georgia industry has exploded recently. So much so, that they are running out of the product! The Farm Monitor takes us to the Peach State and explains the current demand for sod.

The turf grass industry generates about $15 billion for Georgia’s economy each year.


U.S. soy turf is covering more ground this year

Tokyo Olympics stadium sodded with turf grass developed by University of GA

Stumbling into a three-generation sod operation

Jalyssa Beaudry tells Brownfield Ag News that 75 percent of the dairy farmers she interviewed do not use automated milking systems on their operations.
Potatoes USA developed new software to see just how popular their product really is.
USDA economists are expecting U.S. wheat exports to go up.
Spot prices for corn posted another three-year low last week and they are mimicking a trend seen about a decade ago.
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