Oakes Farms’ Georgia Crops Looking Great Despite Late season Frost

Oakes Farms’ Georgia Crops Looking Great Despite Late season Frost

Oakes Farms’ had a challenging beginning of its partnership with Chill C Farms in Moultrie, GA due to unusually low temperatures in mid-March.  Temperatures hit 26- degrees and caused some damage to plants already in the ground and forced the planting of others to be temporary suspended. Fortunately this only caused an estimated one-week delay. As of mid-April Oakes Farms has moved past this hiccup and is ready to catch up with the overall Georgia crop. Read the full story here.

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  • Helene Wallace
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    Wondering if you opened the store on the corner of Immokalee and Livingston? Traveling there soon…

    February 17, 2018 at 2:11 pm

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