Frank Simpson and Dorothy Gradey-Scarbrough in Dorothy's backyard garden.
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“Back in the day, you could find tomatoes out there in the cotton fields,” Owen [Gradey-Scarborough] says. “You just go pick you a tomato, brush it off, and eat it right there. We used to pick okra in the middle of the cotton field. They’d just grow wild. Now they’re spraying this stuff and killing it out. I used to like walking through those fields.”
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