Elmore, Ohio-based Klickman Farms Produce started shipping its pumpkins Sept. 5. Owner Jim Klickman says per-acre yields are down this year because of a six-to-eight-week dry spell late in the season. That same dry spell left the vegetables extremely clean, which could help overall yields bounce back. âQuality is outstanding because of the dry weather,â Klickman says.
Courtesy Klickman Farms Produce
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