Apple Hills trades in strawberries for pumpkins

first_img“Fall is really becoming our time, so you’ll have pumpkins now.” Instead, the farm has its eyes on the fall. For the first time, they will be growing pumpkins to be ready for the end of summer. Farmer Dave Johnson told 12 News the return was not worth the work put into those crops. He said the weather makes strawberries extremely hard to grow. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — July is typically the time of year to pick strawberries and cherries at Apple Hills Farm Cafe. This year, the farm will not be growing either.center_img “Here we have challenges with rain, and it’s moist all the time, so you have rot and fungus, and it’s just hard to grow,” said Dave Johnson. While you wait, Johnson said blueberries and raspberries will be available to pick in the coming days.last_img

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