Nearing time for the harvest


A close-up of a wheat field in Duplin County shows the pollination of the grain. Wheat, which was planted in October both in Duplin and here in Sampson, will be harvested in June. According to the most recent agriculture statistics, Sampson farmers grow approximately 26,000 acres of wheat each year, ranking fifth in the state. Duplin ranks 10th.


A close-up of a wheat field in Duplin County shows the pollination of the grain. Wheat, which was planted in October both in Duplin and here in Sampson, will be harvested in June. According to the most recent agriculture statistics, Sampson farmers grow approximately 26,000 acres of wheat each year, ranking fifth in the state. Duplin ranks 10th.

A close-up of a wheat field in Duplin County shows the pollination of the grain. Wheat, which was planted in October both in Duplin and here in Sampson, will be harvested in June. According to the most recent agriculture statistics, Sampson farmers grow approximately 26,000 acres of wheat each year, ranking fifth in the state. Duplin ranks 10th.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Wheat.jpgA close-up of a wheat field in Duplin County shows the pollination of the grain. Wheat, which was planted in October both in Duplin and here in Sampson, will be harvested in June. According to the most recent agriculture statistics, Sampson farmers grow approximately 26,000 acres of wheat each year, ranking fifth in the state. Duplin ranks 10th.
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