Recent dry weather has been “exceptional” for pumpkins this year!
Dry weather means more growing success for a popular fall crop... pumpkins!
A Michigan farmer says that this year’s dry weather has been “exceptional” for his crop.
Not only does the lack of moisture mean less disease risk and decay, but it also adds more flavor to them.
Pumpkins that sit in wet soil can get brown spots from the water, making them less likely to be purchased.