The Associated Press ran an article this weekend describing some of the damage to peach crops in central Georgia from the cold snap in late March. Jeff Cook, the Extension agent in Peach and Taylor Counties, noted that roughly a third of the peaches in 10,000 acres may have been lost due to the cold conditions, which were more damaging because of little to no wind to help mix warmer air from above the surface down to protect the peaches.
Here is the link to the original story.
Rome Ethredge also reported in the Seminole Crop E-News that he had heard of watermelon plants and other crops lost to frost in middle Georgia during the same cold snap. In southwest Georgia the cold slowed development of corn and snap beans. His blog entry is here.