Even by the usual standards, business has been slow at the Golden Triangle’s two largest farmers’ markets, as market directors, vendors and customers are taking a cautious approach during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In spite of the novel coronavirus, Mother Nature’s timetable is yielding harvests of produce and fruits popular at spring farmers’ markets.
Marvin “M.C.” Ellis, 82, has been growing food most of his life. In 1997, he decided to make a business of it at the Columbus farmers market.
So long to the month of May. Hello, summer, with long days of beaming sun, outdoor grilling and our somewhat morbid fascination with heat indices.
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It’s been a good year for watermelons, peppers and cucumbers and a not-so-good year for cantaloupes and squash. After a poor early season, tomatoes have rallied.