Georgia onion grower G&R Farms announces the promotion of senior team member Ronald “Kelby” Werner to sales manager
Gotham Greens, a Certified B Corporation and one of the fastest growing indoor farming brands, today announced the opening of its first high-tech hydroponic greenhouse in the Southeast region and the company’s twelfth greenhouse nationwide.
Hurricane Idalia dropped significant rain in Georgia and throughout the Southeast. Although Idaia made landfall in Florida as a Category 3 storm, by the time the system reached Georgia, maximum wind gusts fell to 73 mph.
Lineage Logistics, one of the leading temperature-controlled industrial REITs and integrated solutions providers worldwide, today celebrated the grand opening of its newest facility in Port Wentworth, Georgia.
Georgia is the first state to respond to current supply difficulties in this way, although members of the California congressional delegation urged a similar measure on Governor Gavin Newsom in November.
An Economic Impact Analysis from the University of Florida warns of significant losses for the Florida fresh produce industry if the current trajectory of Mexican imports continues.
Economic impact models released by the University of Georgia show potentially “catastrophic” damage to the state’s fresh produce industry under the Trump Administration’s U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement.