First Corn Planted in New NC Natural History Museum Exhibit

North Carolina Museum of History has begun their outdoor exhibit in the Bicentennial Mall to show North Carolinains the history of agriculture from the earliest crop that the Indians planted now to the newer crops that are being developed and planted across the state. Earlier this week, corn plants were planted in raised planters on the mall. Different crops will be added as planting season moves forward.

For more information visit the Museum's website.


 


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