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Pumpkin Farmers Have Smashing Crop Despite Drought

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Oct 10, 2012

In year of severe drought, farmers say pumpkin crop looks like rare, smashing success full story

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Pumpkin Farmers Have Smashing Crop Despite Drought

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Pumpkin Farmers Have Smashing Crop

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Pumpkin farmers have smashing crop despite drought

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Pumpkin farmers have smashing crop despite drought

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