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No more amnesty deals

...Associated Press that harvesters which pluck the onions from the ground, and can grade and package them gently with steel fingers, are better than human hands. An $80,000 harvester operated by five or six workers can dig and prepare about 15...
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RiverCenter takes shape

...of the project appears finished, its facade masked in brick. The other half is an unraveled, outstretched hand of steel fingers and concrete thumbs. When completed, the only sounds emanating from the $70-million structure will be those of...
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Vidalia onion growers plan to use mechanical harvesters

...determine if their $60 million sweet-onion crop can be plucked from the ground, graded and packaged as gently by steel fingers and conveyor belts as by human hands. "I think it's a natural progression," said Reid Torrance, Tattnall County's...