Even With Mild Winter, Georgia Peach Crop Looking Good So Far

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Georgia peach growers are confident of a good crop this year, experts say, even with the warm weather the state has had with the better part of winter already gone.

Most Georgia peach varieties require at least 750 "chill hours" during winter dormancy to yield the best crop, said Frank Funderburk, area agent for peaches, Georgia extension service.

Read More: Albany Herald

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