Come to Lagoner Farms during harvest to experience on-the-farm fun at its best with pick-your-own opportunities!(all dates are approximate - pick-your-own schedule subject to ripening, availability and weather conditions. Call for details (315)589-4899)
Approximate Dates (based on ripening and AVAILABILITY): June 16 - first week in July
Pick your own strawberries for making jam, freezing or just for fresh eating!
Strawberries are low in fat, low in calories, high in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid and potassium. Healthy and delicious!
The strawberry patch is just a short stroll from the market.
Fun Fact - Did you know strawberries are a member of the rose family?
Approximate Dates (based on ripening and availability): July 12 - August 10
Blueberries are available for U-pick from 8-12noon Monday-Saturday weather-dependent. Call the market to check availability.
Blueberries are very high on the list of foods with exceptional health benefits - not to mention their ease of use in the kitchen and their mouthwatering flavor... They are high in antioxidants which help neutralize free radicals that can lead to cancer and other age-related diseases. The total antioxidant power of blueberries is twice that of spinach and three times that of oranges! Blueberries are also rich in pectin, which is a soluble fiber that has been shown to help lower cholesterol.
Map to the Blueberry Patch
Fun Fact - Did you know that North America produces nearly 90% of world blueberry production?
Approximate Dates(based on ripening and availability): September 10 - October 20
Apples are a delicious, easy-to-carry snack as well as a versatile kitchen companion. They are fat, sodium and cholesterol-free.
They are low in calories, a good source of fiber, and also act as a natural mouth freshener. Many of the beneficial nutrients are found in the skin.
Apples can be sweet, tart, crisp and soft - depending on the variety. There's sure to be an apple to suit anyone's taste!
Fun Fact - Did you know it takes energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple?
Approximate Dates (based on availability): September 20 - October 30
Pumpkins are a good source of the antioxidant, beta-carotene, which has been shown to reduce the risks of certain types of cancer, and also protects against heart disease. They also contain potassium and vitamin A. They can be made into pies, breads, cookies and soups among other tasty fall treats. Pumpkins are well-suited for fall decoration and carving for Halloween. The seeds can be roasted as a snack.
Fun Fact - Did you know pumpkin flowers are edible?