Patricia Bryant and her grandson, Jacob Bryant, 3, look at dried-up tomato plants at Bryant's Peaches & Produce in Filbert on Friday. The drought has wiped out all of Bryant's locally grown produce this summer.
Patricia Bryant and her grandson, Jacob Bryant, 3, look at dried-up tomato plants at Bryant's Peaches & Produce in Filbert on Friday. The drought has wiped out all of Bryant's locally grown produce this summer.
Patricia Bryant and her grandson, Jacob Bryant, 3, look at dried-up tomato plants at Bryant's Peaches & Produce in Filbert on Friday. The drought has wiped out all of Bryant's locally grown produce this summer.

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August 27, 2007 12:08 AM

UPDATED August 27, 2007 12:14 AM

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