Recent rains have made sure that corn, soybeans and tobacco crops in Columbus County are growing at a good rate, according to Lydia Miles, the Cooperative Extension agent specializing in agriculture and field crops.
“We got lucky the drought ended when it did,” Miles said Friday, adding that, “as long
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