Tifton

Tifton,

city (1990 pop. 14,215), seat of Tift co., S central Ga.; inc. 1890. The city is an important truck-based distribution center. Manufactures include siding and roofing, yarns, agricultural chemicals and equipment, feeds, apparel, textiles, and aluminum products. There are tobacco, cotton, and vegetable crops, and meat is packed. The Georgia Agrirama (the state's living history center) is in Tifton.
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Richard Lowrance, ARS Southeast Watershed Research Laboratory, Tifton, Ga.; Kerry O'Donnell, ARS Bacterial Foodborne Pathogens and Mycology Research Unit, Peoria, Ill.; and Tommy Wheeler, ARS Meat Safety and Quality Research Unit, Clay Center, Neb.
(2010c) did not obtain significant phosphorus removal, where the effluent concentration was greater than that of the influent applied to CWS cultured with Tifton and elephant grass for the treatment of dairy wastewater.
TIFTON, GA Frederick Ray Rogers, Sr., 70, of Tifton, Georgia and formerly of Worcester and Charlton, died Friday, March 2, 2012 in his home after being stricken ill.
Synovus Financial Corp (NYSE: SNV) has announced that it has named a new CEO and president for First Community Bank in Tifton, Georgia.
Assim, o objetivo do presente trabalho foi avaliar a variacao sazonal dos atributos indicadores da qualidade do solo em areas de pastagens plantadas com as gramineas Braquiaria, Tifton 85 e Suazi, no municipio de Itaperuna, RJ.
Tifton, the snobby estate owner, and her equally stuck-up boyfriend, Dexter.
Drawing on newly discovered primary sources, Roberts (emeritus, history, Abraham Baldwin College, Tifton, Georgia) offers insights into the man, the legend, and the frontier period.