Over the past few years, a blue fruit has earned Georgia farmers a lot of green.
The Peach State's most profitable fruit is the blueberry.
According to the Georgia Blueberries Commission, blueberries brought in $94 million for farmers in 2012. That's triple the amount peaches earned last year.
"We'll, you know, probably never pass, you know, chickens and some other commodities, but we're on the road to 100-to-120 million pound crops in Georgia," says the commission's chairman Joe Cornelius.