Tobacco irrigated from the lake on the Barton Brothers Farm near Georgetown is part of the state's rebounding crop. An early-season drought left farmers discouraged, but prices are now approaching $2 per pound.
Tobacco irrigated from the lake on the Barton Brothers Farm near Georgetown is part of the state's rebounding crop. An early-season drought left farmers discouraged, but prices are now approaching $2 per pound. Herald-Leader
Tobacco irrigated from the lake on the Barton Brothers Farm near Georgetown is part of the state's rebounding crop. An early-season drought left farmers discouraged, but prices are now approaching $2 per pound. Herald-Leader

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November 21, 2012 12:00 AM

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