In this Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 photo, Tobin Krell walks the garden under the light tunnel where they have planted a fresh crop of herbs at Homestead 1839 in West Burlington, Iowa. Homestead 1839 is a nonprofit organic farm in West Burlington.
In this Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 photo, Tobin Krell walks the garden under the light tunnel where they have planted a fresh crop of herbs at Homestead 1839 in West Burlington, Iowa. Homestead 1839 is a nonprofit organic farm in West Burlington. The Hawk Eye via AP John Gaines
In this Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017 photo, Tobin Krell walks the garden under the light tunnel where they have planted a fresh crop of herbs at Homestead 1839 in West Burlington, Iowa. Homestead 1839 is a nonprofit organic farm in West Burlington. The Hawk Eye via AP John Gaines

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