Nuts for nutrients


A farmer on Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County, above, spreads land plaster, below, to a peanut field. Both Duplin and Sampson County grow thousands of acres of peanuts each year. In Sampson, statistics for last year show that 5,200 acres of peanuts were planted. Land plaster is calcium, an important nutrient in the development of good, quality peanuts on the vine.


A farmer on Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County, above, spreads land plaster, below, to a peanut field. Both Duplin and Sampson County grow thousands of acres of peanuts each year. In Sampson, statistics for last year show that 5,200 acres of peanuts were planted. Land plaster is calcium, an important nutrient in the development of good, quality peanuts on the vine.

A farmer on Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County, above, spreads land plaster, below, to a peanut field. Both Duplin and Sampson County grow thousands of acres of peanuts each year. In Sampson, statistics for last year show that 5,200 acres of peanuts were planted. Land plaster is calcium, an important nutrient in the development of good, quality peanuts on the vine.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Farm-Spraying.jpgA farmer on Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County, above, spreads land plaster, below, to a peanut field. Both Duplin and Sampson County grow thousands of acres of peanuts each year. In Sampson, statistics for last year show that 5,200 acres of peanuts were planted. Land plaster is calcium, an important nutrient in the development of good, quality peanuts on the vine.
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