Oh, and maybe this is a silly thing to add, but since we are talking about soil and gardening, that red Georgia clay can be murder on clothes unless you know how to deal with it (and most of us don’t, unless we grew up with it!)
Stain remover, oxi-clean, and regular detergent work just fine on colors.
For whites, get iron-out or white-brite. The reason red Georgia clay is red is because of the iron content, and if you soak your whites in either of those products, the red dirt comes out like magic. Bleach doesn’t even touch the red clay dirt.
I just saw you were holding a little one, so I figured this may come in handy sooner or later.