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Toledo Famers Market

October 27, 2017
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for October 20, 2017

It was the second to the last market for the Toledo Farmers' Market this Friday evening. There are still a handful of vendors with tables full of produce, products, and crafts. Kristi had pumpkins, tomatoes, twisty rings, kolaches, caramel pecan rolls, cinnamon rolls, pies, pumpkin bars, cookies, brownies, and breads. This was Kristi's last week.

Busy Bee Acres had an assortment of honey, body butters, solid lotion bars, and lip balm.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Caryn had her assortment of jams, caramel corn, snack mixes, and dried apples.

Shirley and Michael brought angel food cake, buchty, pumpkin bars, kolaches, rolicky and noodles.

Chuck and Ginger had their tables full of angel food cakes, pies, breads, cookies, eggs, kolaches, popcorn, honey, potatoes, hot and sweet peppers, winter squash, gourds, apples, tomatoes, pumpkins and egg plant.

Dawn had tables full of ornamental corn, large and small ears, jams, pumpkins, winter squash, sweet potatoes, broccoli, carrots, fresh dill, houseplants, tomatoes, egg plant, onions, potatoes, hot peppers, and popcorn.

Brenda, Marie, and Lois had acorn squash, butternut squash, pumpkins, green peppers, and Ethan's Boy Scout popcorn.

Jim had his hand made leather goods, purses, coin purses, gun holsters, hair ties, wallets to name a few.

Pam had bib cloths, snowmen, magnets, bowl holders, gar grippers, Christmas bags, and potholders.

Karen had her assortment of Center Point Farms Soy candles, odor eliminating sprays, and corn cob sachets.

You have one week left to attend the Toledo Farmers' Market for the 2017 season.

It's time to do some clean up and organizing for the next growing season. Now is a good time to till the soil to expose and kill insect pests that would otherwise over winter underground.

Don't forget to get those spring bulbs planted. If you want them to bloom for the holidays, put the bulbs in the refrigerator for six to eight weeks in a mesh or paper bag.

Plant the bulbs in a container as soon as you remove them for the refrigerator. Get those houseplants back in the house before the frost. But be sure to wash outdoor planters with soapy water and a splash of bleach before storing them for winter.

I hope you had the chance to plant some fall asters. Asters are always a welcoming sight in the cool fall days.

I hope to see you next week at the last Toledo Farmers' Market.

 
 

 

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