3 responses to “The Smell of the Pogie Plant”

  1. Daarnold05

    Been to Pascagola Miss.? I worked for the Railroad in the early 80′s and had to walk the tracks at the grain elevators on the night shift. Along with the fermented grain the pogie plant it made hard to enjoy anything there.

  2. large plant pot

    I’ll post the same information to my blog, thanks for
    ideas and great article.

  3. Chrissy

    Thats funny, I just Googled Pogie to make sure I spelled the word correctly and saw this article.  I happen to live in Pascagoula, MS and experience this smell on a daily basis. I have to admit it is not a good smell but something we are used to.  I think our Pogie plant processes Pogie’s for cat food.

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