The first seed crop of Bradford watermelons are loaded, nestled in hay, for the trip from Sumter to Charleston for processing.
The first seed crop of Bradford watermelons are loaded, nestled in hay, for the trip from Sumter to Charleston for processing. Courtesy of Nat Bradford
The first seed crop of Bradford watermelons are loaded, nestled in hay, for the trip from Sumter to Charleston for processing. Courtesy of Nat Bradford

The fantastic story of Sumter’s Bradford family, their namesake watermelon, and a mission (+video)

April 07, 2015 11:16 AM

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