People headed for Box Elder County's famous "Fruit Way" this weekend in search of produce will find sweet corn, raspberries, beets, cabbage, cucumbers, summer squash, carrots, plums, new red potatoes and beans, according to Faith Watson, horticulture assistant for Box Elder County Cooperative Extension Service.
There also are some tomatoes and peppers and a few cantaloupes, but the crops are behind schedule due to this year's unusual spring weather.There also are plenty of peaches that are bigger than usual, a few sweet cherries and some tart cherries packed in sugar in 30-pound containers.
People heading to Utah County will find a variety of produce for sale. Among other things, vendors will be selling peppers, cucumbers, squash, beans, some early peaches and a few tomatoes. Sweet corn also is starting to appear on the market, according to Brent Gledhill of the Utah County Extension Office.
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