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Farmer's Market open 6am-10amCT. Shopping List for Tues., Aug. 5, 2011

Here's what we have at 6:31amCT. Print out this CM Shopping List (just click Print on your browser) to mark the items you want, and head on out. Or, just head on out.

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What a selection today! Everybody has a great selection, great prices, and it's a beautiful day. We hope you'll come on out, whether you buy anything or not. If all you do is come and talk with the customers, you won't find better people than the ones who gather here each market day!

Here's what's at the Farmer's Market today at 6:31amCT:
  • Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY: Mum Plants. Cucumbers. Hot Banana Peppers. Cayenne and Jalapeno Peppers. Serrano Peppers. Okra. Zucchini. Yellow Squash. Yellow, Red, Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes. Red Slicing tomatoes.
  • Caitlyn Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY: White Bread. Wheat Bread. Zucchini Bread.
  • Jeff Scott, Scott's Orchards, Antioch, KY
  • Crisp, sweet Gala Apples. Plain, regular Pears.
  • Betty Rutherford, the Plant Lady Rocky Hill Nursery, Rocky Hill, KY: Crepe Myrtle. Spirea. Pine Tree. Monkey Grass. Box Wood Plants.
  • Myra and Richard Harrison, Yellowhammer Road Farm, Fairplay, KY: Cantaloupe. Watermellon. Honey Dews. Eggplant. Cucumbers. Okra. Jalapeno Peppers. Serrano Peppers. Yellow Squash. Zucchini. Mr. Stripey Tomatoes. Pink Tomatoes. Red Tomatoes. Yellow Tomatoes.
  • John and Joyce Wolodozki, McGaha, KY:
  • Holly Sinclair, Sano, KY:Bushels, Half Bushels, and Pecks of Potatoes, choice of Red or White. Cabbage. Red Cabbage. Okra. Yellow Squash. Zucchini. Horticulture Beans. Roma Beans. Burpee Stringless Beans. Hill Onions. Red, Yellow, and Chocolate and Pear Shaped Cherry Tomatoes. Lots of Red and Yellow Slicer Tomatoes.
  • Margie Rooks, Sano, KY: Lots of Watermelon. Cantaloupe. Lots and Lots of Tomatoes by the Box, $7! Red, Yellow and Pink Slicing/Salad Tomatoes. Yellow Squash. All colors of Bell Peppers. Hot Peppers: Cayenne, Hot Banana. Eggplant. Hill Onions. Butternut and Acorn and Pan Patty Squash. Plum Grannies today!
Make this CM article your shopping list. PRINT out and circle the items you want, and hurry on out.


The Adair Farmers Market is now open: 6am-10amCT, Tuesdays and Fridays. And, since, July 9, 2011, open Saturdays, 8am-12pm noon CT. during growing season, at the Adair County Extension Office Parking Lot, 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY. - Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources




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