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Weather has not been kind to Georgia agriculture the past two years. 2018 was particularly harsh, with Hurricane Michael devastating South Georgia crops right at harvest time and leaving a generational scar on the state’s mammoth pecan industry.
But Georgia ag is open for business — and the future is bright. We caught up with Black in Savannah at the the Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference for this two-part conversation that also ran on our broadcast partner The RFD-TV Network.
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