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Spinach is growing in popularity, so market farmers make special efforts to grow it in summer and fall

publication date: Jun 1, 2005
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Spinach has become a big crop for Paul and Sandy Arnold of Pleasant Valley Farm in Argyle, New York - so popular, in fact, that they have started growing it in the cold of winter and the heat of summer so they can have spinach nearly every week of the year.
“On a typical Saturday, we can sell 300 to 400 bags of spinach,” Sandy said. “In our early years of farming, I don’t think we could sell 50 bags.”

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