For everything there is a season - a time to plant and a time to sow. Black farmers know of seasons. They plowed the earth under burning sun and weathered stormy nights. They faced disasters both natural and man-made. Yet, it was discrimination by their own government that dealt a death blow to many Black farms. And, finally, after years of prolonged litigation, and dozens of attorneys, they may soon reap a bountiful harvest. It will be the largest settlement in civil rights history - $1.25 billion.