In 1946, when
Donald Clark returned from overseas during World War 2, he was helping
his father pick tomato's, one of the two things he disliked about
One, was picking tomato's. The late blight hit the crop that year, and
all local farmers had to call on aerial crop dusters from New Jersey to
save the existing crop. As he watched the tomato's being dusted, he said
"I can do that!"