Getting ‘em in the ground


Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.


Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.


Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.

Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.

Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Sweetpotatoes.jpgFarm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.

Farm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_sweetpotatoes1.jpgFarm workers were hard at it last week, getting sweet potatoes in the soil in both Sampson and Duplin counties. Since the early 1970s, USDA statistics show that North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the production of sweet potatoes in the country, and with thousands of acres planted both here and in neighboring Duplin, the crop ranks in the top 10 for both counties.
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