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Winter squash makes most of harvest and growers’ time

publication date: Feb 28, 2006
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As market growers, we are always
looking for ways to extend the diversity of what we offer. Americans are so used to being able to go into a supermarket in any season and purchase any food they desire. So when they come to our market stall, they expect the same type of experience. It can be challenging to live up to that expectation, but we constantly fine-tune our growing in the pursuit of that challenge.



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