Many changes have occurred over the last decade in the tobacco-growing industry. It’s still hard work, but more economic ways of harvesting and storing burley have been developed.
Some local farmers, including Tim Ford of Mount Sherman, have been housing cut tobacco in outdoor storage frames – right in the field – rather than in barns.
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