Transplanting the sweet potatoes


Workers with Warren Farming Company transplant sweet potatoes in the Halls community. It is the time of year for the transplant of the plants. According to North Carolina Department of Agriculture statistics Sampson County is ranked No. 1 for sweet potato production, followed by Johnston and then Nash counties. Sampson produced 2.6 million cwt (hundred-weight) of sweet potatoes on 11,500 acres in 2014, the latest year of available statistics.


Workers with Warren Farming Company transplant sweet potatoes in the Halls community. It is the time of year for the transplant of the plants. According to North Carolina Department of Agriculture statistics Sampson County is ranked No. 1 for sweet potato production, followed by Johnston and then Nash counties. Sampson produced 2.6 million cwt (hundred-weight) of sweet potatoes on 11,500 acres in 2014, the latest year of available statistics.

Workers with Warren Farming Company transplant sweet potatoes in the Halls community. It is the time of year for the transplant of the plants. According to North Carolina Department of Agriculture statistics Sampson County is ranked No. 1 for sweet potato production, followed by Johnston and then Nash counties. Sampson produced 2.6 million cwt (hundred-weight) of sweet potatoes on 11,500 acres in 2014, the latest year of available statistics.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_sweet-potato-planting.jpgWorkers with Warren Farming Company transplant sweet potatoes in the Halls community. It is the time of year for the transplant of the plants. According to North Carolina Department of Agriculture statistics Sampson County is ranked No. 1 for sweet potato production, followed by Johnston and then Nash counties. Sampson produced 2.6 million cwt (hundred-weight) of sweet potatoes on 11,500 acres in 2014, the latest year of available statistics.
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