A crop duster spreads fertilizer along Caswell Beach, N.C., Tuesday, June 22, 2004. The crop duster spread six-tons of fertilizer on sea oats planted along Bald Head Island, Caswell Beach, Oak Island, and Sunset Beach in an effort to strengthen the plants that are so valuable to dune development. (AP Photo/The Star News, Jeffery S. Otto)
A crop duster spreads fertilizer along Caswell Beach, N.C., Tuesday, June 22, 2004. The crop duster spread six-tons of fertilizer on sea oats planted along Bald Head Island, Caswell Beach, Oak Island, and Sunset Beach in an effort to strengthen the plants that are so valuable to dune development. (AP Photo/The Star News, Jeffery S. Otto) JEFFREY S. OTTO AP
A crop duster spreads fertilizer along Caswell Beach, N.C., Tuesday, June 22, 2004. The crop duster spread six-tons of fertilizer on sea oats planted along Bald Head Island, Caswell Beach, Oak Island, and Sunset Beach in an effort to strengthen the plants that are so valuable to dune development. (AP Photo/The Star News, Jeffery S. Otto) JEFFREY S. OTTO AP

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