To Kill a Mockingbird

What does the conversation between Walter and Atticus about farm problems indicate about Walter?

Chapter 2-3

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Walter comes from a particular world. It is rural and poor. Atticus is attentive to where Walter comes from. To put Walter at ease, Atticus Atticus talks about farming, while Jem and Scout listen not understanding quite what is being discussed. Walter can converse about farming and about the problems of growing crops and harvesting.