- Workers sorting peaches
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Black-and-white print (photograph)
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- Transcribed from back: No. 4--In the trough at right, the culls are on their way out, workers allowing the marketable peaches to continue on for sorting. North Carolina peaches are grown in a thermal belt on the sandhills, which rarely feels extreme cold. Peach orchards are modern and big business, some of them covering hundreds of acres. The largest is 8 miles long.
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University Archives Photographs
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- Agricultural Extension and Research services (UA023.007) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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