Cold weather could take bite out of Georgia's famous fruit
Assistant professor talks about the history of the peach
KENNESAW, Ga. (Mar 17, 2017) — In a story about the effect of cold weather on Georgia's peach crop, Assistant Professor of History Education and History William Okie talks about the history of the fruit.
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