(Day 3)
Field workers plant grape tomato plants in organic planting beds outside Immokalee in September 2005. The 'metalized' plastic sheets used in the planting beds helps reduce the heat and amount of fumigants used on the plants. Field workers are often easy prey for traffickers because many are migrants in the country illegally and often don't understand their rights. Garrett Hubbard/Staff
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DO NOT USE THIS PART OF THE CAPTION FOR TRAFFICKING SERIES: AgMart field workers plant grape tomato plants in the rows organic planting beds in Immokalee Friday morning, September 9, 2005.  The 'metalized' plastic sheets used in the planting beds helps reduce the heat and amount of fumigants used on the plants. Garrett Hubbard/staff

(Day 3) Field workers plant grape tomato plants in organic planting beds outside Immokalee in September 2005. The "metalized" plastic sheets used in the planting beds helps reduce the heat and amount of fumigants used on the plants. Field workers are often easy prey for traffickers because many are migrants in the country illegally and often don't understand their rights. Garrett Hubbard/Staff ------------------------- DO NOT USE THIS PART OF THE CAPTION FOR TRAFFICKING SERIES: AgMart field workers plant grape tomato plants in the rows organic planting beds in Immokalee Friday morning, September 9, 2005. The "metalized" plastic sheets used in the planting beds helps reduce the heat and amount of fumigants used on the plants. Garrett Hubbard/staff

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