"Lee Newman has been farming for decades on his family farm near Sumter, South Carolina. The farm includes organic tobacco, corn, soybeans, wheat, and cotton, as well as twelve turkey grower houses. As owner of the operation, Newman is constantly analyzing and searching for the most effective, cost-efficient means of running his farm."
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News, Press Releases and Magazine Articles
Journal of Pesticice Reform, Winter Issue 2006
"Fire has been a driving force in nature for millennia. It shaped the Earth's landscape and favored some plant communities over others. Humans learned to use fire to their advantage: Native Americans and early settlers used fire to clear land, attract or drive game, and foster agriculture. Fire was a staple of life."
Hobby Farms Magazine, July/August 2014
Arkansas farmer Tommy Young says Southern growers have lived through nearly a decade of torment, fighting a destructive, fast-growing weed that can carry a million seeds, grow as tall as an NBA player and is unfazed by several herbicides.
-The Des Moines Register
Our torches are known for killing weeds and melting snow! But this video shows one very unique use in the culinary world. At the 1:24 mark, he explains another fun use for our Red Dragon!
"...Recent interest in reducing chemical inputs into cranberry growing systems has led researchers to evaluate alternative methods such as flame cultivation as a potential non chemical weed control option...."
American Society for Horticultural Science
Farm & Ranch Guide, Bradenton, Friday, June 23, 2006
Flame Engineering has a connection to Arlington Cemetery and the JFK eternal flame. NBC nightly news shows the temporary unit manufactured by Flame Engineering.
NBC Nightly News
East County Observer, Bradenton, Florida, Feb 2, 2006
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