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Minnesota fruit farm has a variety of unique berries
by Matthew Lambert
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6 January 2018
On 6 January 2018 The Associated Press reported:
The various types of berries Blue Fruit Farm offers are so unique that owners Jim Riddle and Joyce Ford have turned the tables, teaching local extension about growing them. Blue Fruit Farm is an organic farm outside of Winona that has sold blueberries, cherry plums, elderberries, honeyberries, and black currants alongside blueberries for six years. ... The farm has seen a steady growth in business since the couple gambled on fruit, doubling the amount of fruit sold from last year -- 3,000 pounds in 2016, and 6,000 pounds in 2017.
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Global Good News comment: One of the AP photos running with this article has a caption that reads: In this Aug. 9, 2017, photo, property co-owner Joyce Ford, left, leads a discussion during a workshop geared towards women in farming is held at Blue Fruit Farm outside of Winona, Minn.
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