Current Seasonality: Week of September 15, 2014

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APPLES Harvesting Gala, McIntosh, Courtland, Honeycrisp, Early Fuji, & Ginger Gold harvested & in storage. Red Delicious, Empire, Jonagold, and MacCoun winding down. Golden Delicious & Rome harvesting. Cool nights help in the development of color in many varieties.
Arugula Harvesting a fair to increasing volume of good quality product. Will see more volume starting over the next couple of weeks.
Baby Spinach & Arugula Harvesting a fair to good volume of good quality products.
BASIL Harvesting a light volume of good quality product.
Beets Harvesting very good quality in fair to good volume.
Cabbage Harvesting a good volume of very good quality products.
CILANTRO Harvesting a fair to increasing quantity of good quality Spring product. Will see more volume starting over the next couple of weeks.
Collards Harvesting very good quality in good quantity.
CUCUMBERS Fair volume of excellent quality Pickles and Cukes harvesting.
Dandelions Very good quality San Pasquale variety harvesting in fair volume.
Dill Harvesting excellent quality in fair to good quantity.
EGGPLANT Harvesting excellent quality in good volume.
ESCAROLE & eNDIVE Staring to harvest very good quality products in light to quickly increasing volume with the return of cooler Fall weather.
KALE Excellent quality Spring planted harvesting in good volume.
Leeks Excellent quality Spring planted harvesting in fair volume.
MINT Very good quality harvesting in fair to good quantity.
NECTARINES Harvesting a light to decreasing volume of excellent quality yellow varieties.
PARSLEY Very good quality product harvesting in light to increasing volume.
PEACHES Harvesting excellent quality and light to decreasing commercial volume of yellow and white freestone varieties. More northern direct marketers will have peaches for several more weeks.
PEPPERS Harvesting many varieties in excellent quality and good volume.
RADISHES Harvesting good quality product in light to fair & increasing volume.
Spinach Very good quality harvesting in very light to increasing volume. Will see more volume starting over the next couple of weeks.
SQUASH Harvesting a fair volume of very good quality green, yellow, acorn, butternut, & spaghetti squash.
Sweet Corn A fair to slowly decreasing volume of good quality corn harvesting. Quality will vary a bit now as seasonal insect pressures mount.
SWEET POTATOES Growers starting to harvest, but with curing, volume won’t be available for a couple of weeks.
SWISS CHARD Harvesting a light to increasing quantity of very good quality product.
TOMATOES Harvesting excellent quality field grown tomatoes in good volume.
Turnips Harvesting a light to fair & increasing quantity of very good quality product.
WHITE POTATOES Harvesting mainly round white varieties, with some Redskin, Yukon Gold, & Russet varieties. Source your NJ white potatoes in “Jersey Fresh” bags.