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Pumpkin Patch ready to produce

Warehouse tech Bobby Pigg spreads mulch over some of the plants in our pumpkin patch.
Jul 16, 2014
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The Aiken To Eat Fresh garden is in its second year. As our fresh produce begins to get ready for harvest, we are most excited about our newest addition that we will harvest this fall – our pumpkin patch. The mini pumpkins were planted recently and should usher in fall perfectly, just in time for our Taste of the Harvest fundraiser event on Nov. 2.Warehouse tech Bobby Pigg has been a major champion of the garden, planting, tending and mulching over the beds. On a side note, the mulch was free, as it was chipped debris from Ice Storm Pax that the City of Aiken made available to residents.

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