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Winter farming: off-season crops getting “ripe for the pickin'”

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While local blueberry farms have closed up shop for the winter, that doesn’t mean the farms are quiet.  WUFT-FM’s Sarah Samuels says many “You Pick” farms are now preparing for the spring season.

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