Stamping out the stink


A helicopter pilot takes the aircraft down low in order to spray a field of corn in Duplin County, attempting to stamp out stink bugs often found in the crop. Stink bugs, agriculture officials said, will damage a developing ear of corn. Duplin and neighboring Sampson harvest a total 62,900 acres of corn - 36,700 in Duplin and 26,200 in Sampson - and rank 5th and 7th respecctively in its production statewide.


A helicopter pilot takes the aircraft down low in order to spray a field of corn in Duplin County, attempting to stamp out stink bugs often found in the crop. Stink bugs, agriculture officials said, will damage a developing ear of corn. Duplin and neighboring Sampson harvest a total 62,900 acres of corn – 36,700 in Duplin and 26,200 in Sampson – and rank 5th and 7th respecctively in its production statewide.

A helicopter pilot takes the aircraft down low in order to spray a field of corn in Duplin County, attempting to stamp out stink bugs often found in the crop. Stink bugs, agriculture officials said, will damage a developing ear of corn. Duplin and neighboring Sampson harvest a total 62,900 acres of corn – 36,700 in Duplin and 26,200 in Sampson – and rank 5th and 7th respecctively in its production statewide.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_Corn-spraying.jpgA helicopter pilot takes the aircraft down low in order to spray a field of corn in Duplin County, attempting to stamp out stink bugs often found in the crop. Stink bugs, agriculture officials said, will damage a developing ear of corn. Duplin and neighboring Sampson harvest a total 62,900 acres of corn – 36,700 in Duplin and 26,200 in Sampson – and rank 5th and 7th respecctively in its production statewide.
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