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California-based greenhouse grower plans to build agriculture facility in Peach County

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A California-based greenhouse grower is planning to open its first eastern U.S. indoor, controlled environment agriculture facility in Middle...

Dublin High students grow plants and veggies, up for sale

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Fall is a time for harvesting. Some students are getting a chance to know what it takes to grow and...

FVSU’s Agriculture Program aligns with states standards

FORT VALLEY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Elected officials gathered Wednesday morning at Fort Valley State University for the 36th Ham and Egg Legislative Breakfast. Representatives from...

Legislators discuss future of Georgia’s agribusiness

Agriculture in the state of Georgia was a point of conversation Wednesday morning at Fort Valley State University.

Perdue, Nunn meet with Georgia Farm Bureau

Local farmers expressed concerns they with the U.S. Senate candidates.

Perdue and Black discuss the future of agriculture

David Perdue joined Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black to help kick off Black's volunteer campaign.

Farmers bring their 2014 Farm Bill concerns to roundtable discussion

Middle Georgia farmers met with Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta harden and U.S. Congressman John Barrow during a roundtable discussion.

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Schnitzer Steel Industries bringing jobs to Macon

A partnership between Schnitzer Steel Industries and the Macon-Bibb Industrial Authority will help create jobs.

Residents worried after Sardis Church Road truck stop approved

The possibility of two truck stops has people who live in the area concerned.

Education fund created for daughter of Deputy Christopher Knight

"This is a trying time. But having good people around you stepping up like this makes you go through the healing process."

Warm and dry Tuesday

Sunshine and warmer than normal high temps will be back for another day in Middle Georgia. High pressure will continue to keep us dry and...