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Blackberries: The sweet, nutrient-filled summer treat
Even though it’s not the most popular item at Jaemor Farms, Drew Echols said the farm plans to plant about 2 or 3 more acres of blackberries this year. That means next season, there will be more than 2,000 new blackberry plants growing fruit for guests to enjoy. “We are expanding production a little bit, and we’re looking forward to that,” said Echols, general manager at Jaemor Farms in Alto. “So, you’ve got to be making money if you’re going to expand production.”
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