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Summer Fruits

Featured stories covering summer fruits appear in this issue.

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The end of earmarks?

July 1st, 2011|0 Comments

Earmarks are often considered equivalent to pork barrel legislation, but the two are not necessarily the same. Over the years, agriculture—including the fruit industry—has benefited

Titan Farms

July 1st, 2011|3 Comments

Amancio Palma, right, manages the huge crew of more than 400 H-2A workers who work in the peach orchards. With Chalmers Carr III, they look

Mr. Peach

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Chalmers Carr III is active in the South Carolina peach industry, as well as his own business. His efforts have been recognized by the South

Good point

July 1st, 2011|0 Comments

This spring, the Social Security Administration reinstituted its annual reality check for employers, “SSN No-Match letters,” after a three-year hiatus. I immediately received a call

Clemson peach team

July 1st, 2011|0 Comments

More peaches—about 17,000 acres— are grown in South Carolina than any other state east of California, and Clemson University, the ­land-grant university of South Carolina,

Last Bite

July 1st, 2011|0 Comments

The Santa Rosa plum was the most widely grown plum in California until the mid-1970s. The Santa Rosa plum, one of the most popular and