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Tobacco Farmer with his Son, Oymaagac, Turkey
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After harvesting the green tobacco leafs are put on a rope to dry in a flat wooden frame. After a while they change their colour to brown. Now the ropes are folded and the leafs are hanged to a different place for the further process of drying. Tobacco is the main income of the families. In 2009 the people got 2.5€ for 1kg of dried leafs, a small income for a lot of work.

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