Almost ready for planting


Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.


Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.


Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.

Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.

Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Plants-1.jpgThousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.

Thousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_rows1-1.jpgThousands of tobacco plants, above, shimmer in the morning sunlight, housed in this greenhouse on Beautancus Road in Duplin County. The plants are still in the growth process that must be completed before planting can begin in fields, like the one below, located on Summerlin Crossroads Road. Farmers say the plants will be transplanted in approximately three to four weeks.
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