Dandelions are a popular food item in Georgia, with the popular fruit being used in several dishes and as a snack in many places.
The fruit is harvested by hand in Georgia and sold by local markets, but this year the state is looking to find a new way to make it.
According to the state Department of Agriculture, Georgia is home to more than 2.4 million acres of land, which is a whopping 17 percent of the total land area of the United States.
Georgia is one of the first states to legalize the harvesting of the fruit, which it uses for its traditional and decorative products, as well as for many medicinal purposes.
However, the DWA is looking for ways to make the fruit more sustainable.
The state has already launched a program that uses locally sourced ingredients, such as Dandelio grass and black pepper, in order to reduce waste, reduce the cost of the products, and create a better tasting and healthier option.
So far, Georgia has partnered with local producers, including the Georgia Department of Food and Agriculture and the Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.