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  1. 2021 STATE AGRICULTURE OVERVIEW. Georgia ... WINTER: 220,000: 110,000: 56 BU / ACRE: ... Click here for Georgia 2017 Census of Agriculture State and County Profiles ...

    Planted All Purpose Acres
    Harvested Acres
    914 LB / ACRE
    914 LB / ACRE
    4,450 LB / ACRE
    125 CWT / ACRE
    • Apples, August through November (local harvest may be available from cold storage into spring)
    • Arugula, April through June (may be available from hothouses in winter)
    • Asparagus, April through June.
    • Basil, May through September.
  2. Oct 11, 2013 · Dairy Products – The average cow in Georgia produces about 2,188 gallons of milk per year. In 2011, dairy products totaled $317 million in cash receipts. Pecans – Pecan trees covered 14,529 acres of the state in 2011, producing 102 million pounds of pecans. Pecan production contributed $265 million to Georgia’s economy.

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  4. Jun 01, 2016 · In spring and fall, the main produce items grown in Georgia include (Vidalia) onions, peaches, pecans, peanuts, blueberries, cabbage, watermelons, bell peppers, collards, carrots, greens, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, squash, tomatoes and sweet potatoes. Roy Lee Smith Produce Sales has been in business since 1998 and is based in Americus, GA.

  5. May 25, 2004 · Once viewed primarily as a cotton state, Georgia now consistently ranks first in the nation’s production of poultry and eggs and is also a top producer of peanuts, pecans, tobacco, blueberries, and peaches. Overall, the state accounts for 2 percent of total U.S. agricultural sales. Peanut Harvest Photograph by uacescomm

  6. Georgia is perennially the number one state in the nation in the production of peanuts, broilers (chickens), pecans, blueberries and spring onions. We are also at or near the top when it comes to cotton, watermelon, peaches, eggs, cucumbers, sweet corn, bell peppers, tomatoes, cantaloupes, rye and cabbage.

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