Even though Georgia is known as the Peach State, there are many other fruit crops that are important agricultural products for the state. Blueberries is the biggest contributor to the state’s agricultural production, but other crops are also starting to gain traction in the state, too. This recent article from WSB radio discusses the booming citrus industry in the state and how it is adding to fruit production in the state. It notes that “A decade ago, the state had 4,700 citrus trees. Today it has more than half a million.” But recent frosts (most likely including the cold snap we are in now) are adversely affecting young trees, so there will continue to be challenges for the new producers as they expand their acreage.