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30989
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The annual roundup of new attractions in North Carolina exposes the variety of spots and activities from mountains to coast. New motor roads cut through the Piedmont and bypass congested areas of Coastal Plain. New lodges, restaurants, golf courses, camping facilities, and expanding marinas dot the highways and byways, providing comfort and access for hiking, fishing, historical sites, wildlife observing, and sports.
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30993
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Farm market and government payments in North Carolina during 1959 reached over $74 million; however, this was 7 percent lower that the preceding year's total of just over $1 billion. Despite this drop in net income per farm, North Carolina still outranks any other state in the southeastern region in total cash receipts.
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30995
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In Pender County, North Carolina, a farmer is growing a quantity of his green grass feed without soil, cultivation, or fertilizer. J.G. Fussell of Penderlea uses electricity in a unique grass incubator--called hydroponics--creating a near perfect growing season for all 12 months of the year. Cost of operating the incubator is nominal and supplies a sufficient quantity of feed for 14 sows.
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30994
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In 1958, travelers to North Carolina spent $360 million on business and personal travel. This was a 3.4 percent increase over 1957 and a 135 percent increase over the decade from 1948. The rapid growth of travel in the state is shown in the state's 1.71 percent of the nation's total domestic travel expenditures.
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