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Not your supermarket bulb

By Sarah Fritschner from August 2014 Issue

Not your supermarket bulb

Credit: Tom Scanlan


Tom Scanlan didn't know more than 17 years ago when he bought his farm on a gravel road in Spencer County that the land would yield a crop unusual for many Kentucky farms…
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