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The state’s agricultural sectors are feeling the effects of the most recent drought, and burley tobacco producers are no exception. With no signs of the drought letting up anytime soon, producers should manage their barns now to prevent quick curing said Bob Pearce, burley tobacco extension specialist with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.
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