Tobacco planting under way

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015. -
Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015. -
Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015. -

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_012A4185.jpgFarmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_012A4196.jpgFarmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.

Farmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_012A4203.jpgFarmers are working fast and furious to get hundreds of acres of tobacco set out, often in the sweltering heat. Even with Sampson recognized nationally for its diversity of agricultural products, tobacco remains king. In 2015, the last data provided by the NC Cooperative Extension Service, Sampson ranked No. 1 in the state for flue-cured tobacco production, with 13,600 acres planted. Duplin County, on the other hand, is ranked 21st in the state for flue-cure tobacco production, with only 3,300 acres planted in 2015.