October and the fall season are here, and pumpkin sales will be spiking over the next few weeks. One local pumpkin farmer says her crop got exactly what it needed for a good harvest this year.
Linda Smith lives near Edinburg and grows a number of different crops on her land, including pumpkins. She says she doesn’t believe it matters what type of pumpkin you are searching for as most pumpkin types did very well this season.
Smith says she got her pumpkins in at the perfect time this year because of the soil moisture
Smith says she trys to grow different kinds of pumpkins each year to see how they will do in the soil on her land, and to provide a variety of pumpkins people can enjoy.