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The state soil of Georgia is Tifton.

The Tifton soil series is the proposed state soil of Georgia. The Tifton soil series was one of the first soils to be established in Georgia. The Tifton series was established in Grady County, Georgia, in a 1908 soil survey conducted by Hugh Hammond Bennett.

Georgia means farm worker or tiller of the soil.

In southern Georgia, the soil is a rich red clay.

The soil of The Colony of Geargia was ery berry fresh

Ga has sandy soil it is also famous fot its red clay

John W. Calhoun has written: 'Soil survey of Colquitt and Cook Counties, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils 'Soil survey of Brooks and Thomas Counties, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils

Herschel Leverne Paulk has written: 'Soil survey of Montgomery, Toombs, and Wheeler Counties, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils 'Soil survey of Glascock and Jefferson counties, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils

The true question will be if you can shape the quality of the soil to a good and profitable one. It won't be good soil if you don't treat it well.

Georgia soil is fertile and has the ability to grow many kinds of crops. Two main cash crops in Georgia are Cotton and Peanuts.

Predominate soil within any area is the type of soil that is commonly found. This can range from one location to another. For example, the predominate soil in Georgia is Red while the color of the predominate soil in Japan is brown.

Georgia has a subtropical climate. It has short and mild winters. Summers are hot and humid. Georgia has the Okefenokee Swamp, Atlantic coastline, the Piedmont upland, and the Appalachian highlands. Georgia is known for its red clay soil.

Verticillium Wilt can be found in Georgia. Verticillium Wilt is a fungal disease that affects the soil of blackberries and other plants.

Georgia soil is healthy, fertile, and natural. Georgia grown agriculture is all natural and not artificial. Georgia farmers do not use chemicals to grow their crops, instead, they grow their crops naturally.

Tobacco ruined the soil after a few years, so other crops had to be planted to enrich the soil again.

very good and Michael Jackson planted crops there.

Jerry A. Pilkinton has written: 'Soil survey of Pulaski and Wilcox counties, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils

The main geographical features of Georgia include mountains such as Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians and plateau in the central part of the state. Geographical features such as rivers, lakes, soil and rock are can be found in Georgia.

The geography in colonial Georgia was similar to the geography of Georgia today. Rivers, lakes, and mountains along with access to the ocean were important. The warm climate and the fertile soil made it simple to grow food supplies.

Robert Dial Wells has written: 'Soil survey, Douglas County, Georgia' -- subject(s): Soil surveys, Soils, Maps

R. D. Wells has written: 'Soil survey of Douglas County, Georgia' -- subject(s): Soil surveys, Soils, Maps

John H. Johnson has written: 'Soil survey of Muscogee County, Georgia' -- subject(s): Maps, Soil surveys, Soils

People came to colonial Georgia because it was a fresh opportunity to get more land. It had great soil and the natives were much more peaceful and were willing to negotiate and such.

Yes, due to areas of sandy soil in the state which allow the plant to bury the "fruit" of the peanut plant in the ground to complete development. According to the Georgia Peanut Commission, Georgia produces 45% of the United States' peanuts.

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