Woodford County

August 23, 2012 3:06 PM

Kentucky's tobacco crop withstands worst of the drought

It has been a long, hot and dry summer on Kentucky farms, but tobacco generally has fared better than corn and some other crops. Dry weather, however, is continuing. And burley experts say tobacco that hasn't been irrigated might need one more good rain to assure a profitable year.

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