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Farming surges in state with new crop of devotees

Rachael Potts worked on her crops behind Richardson’s Dairy Farm in Dracut. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Rachael Potts worked on her crops behind Richardson’s Dairy Farm in Dracut.
By D.C. Denison
Globe Staff / August 2, 2010

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DRACUT — Midway through her first growing season, Rachael Potts, 31, pointed to long rows of thriving peppers, scallions, and Swiss chard. The tomatoes, however, have been “a challenge,’’ she admitted, adding “and the heat has had its way with my arugula.’’ (Full article: 1025 words)

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