The great Ebola scare of 2014 captured headlines and the imaginations of people all throughout the country.  Georgia was at the center of the action with multiple patients receiving treatment at Emory Hospital, one of the nation’s premiere research centers for infectious disease.  At the end of the day though, Ebola was little more than a overblown fear.  The Y2K scare of diseases.

There’s a lesser known epidemic sweeping the country now in 2015 though, and while it poses little if any threat to human life, it could have a much bigger impact on Georgia farmers. 

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