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(Ad) Farm Fresh today at Farmer's Market, A.M., Sept. 3, 2013

Hurry Down! Produce + Apples + Prof. Scott Travelogue!

The Farmer's Market at the Adair Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY is open this Tuesday morning, September 3, 2013, from 6am-10amCT. Gardeners and their inventories will be posted as reported to ColumbiaMagazine.com. TWO SESSIONS TODAY. Also, 3pm-6pmCT.

Based on reports from Holly Kerns & Prof. Scott. At this time

Here's what we have at 6:36amCT. Complete now, for the moment.- Come on down now that you know there's some great Adair County produce available and enough Apples to make the whole State of Washington shake in its boots! And, if you can get the taciturn, reticent, shy Professor Scott to tell you about his travels abroad - why, that's a story all in itself.
  • Holly Kerns, Sano, KY Pumpkins. Green Beans (some by the bushel). White Potatoes. Blue Potatoes. Yellow Squash. Green Onions. Mixed Greens. Red Tomatoes. Green Tomatoes - great for Fried Green Tomatoes
  • Prof. Jeff Scott, Back from Travels Abroad, in both Whitesburg, KY AND Breaks of the Interstate. of Antioch Orchards, Antioch, KY. Direct line: 270-378-0330: The Apple Harvest is climbing to it's peak. To make a long story short: Enterprise. Liberty. Yellow Delicious. Melroses Melrose is the State Apple of Ohio. Great Cooking or Eating Apple. Or to throw at neighbors, Prof. Scott says. Galas. Cortlands. Finest Cooking Apple there is, Professor Scott says. The Amish love them. So what does that tell you? he asks.
Any others - we sometimes have late arrivals - will be listed when they call.

The Adair County Farmers Market proudly accepts Senior and WIC vouchers. For more information, contact the Adair County Extension Service at 270-384-2317. - Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources



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