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RTX1267B 
July 31, 2013 
Workers store harvested tobacco in bulk barns that dry the crop before it is taken to market at Shelly... 
PLEASANT VIEW COMMUNITY OF HORRY, UNITED STATES 
Workers store harvested tobacco in bulk barns that dry the crop before it is taken to market at Shelly... 
Workers store harvested tobacco in bulk barns that dry the crop before it is taken to market at Shelly Farms in the Pleasant View community of Horry County, South Carolina July 26, 2013. It takes 7 days in the propane barns to prepare the crop for market. The traditional tobacco harvest requires many labor-intensive hours to bring the crop to market, especially with the flue-cured variety prominent in the southern United States. With the growing health concerns with smoking in the US, most farmers use market cooperatives to sell their crop to the growing markets in China. Picture taken on July 26, 2013. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
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