VEGETABLES w p “The weather is pretty predictable. TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER SID MILLER P.O. watermelon Strengthen farmers markets for the benefit of farmers, consumers, and communities. w “A lot of the growers do imports, as well as grow in Texas,” says Hector Garza, industry relations representative for the Texas International Produce Association, Mission, TX. sorrel greens: mustard, endive, salad mix... Texas Produce Calendar. n eggplant Then there is the Winter Garden area west of San Antonio. p “We have one of the most robust marketing programs in the nation with the iconic Go Texan. w p n JANUARY: Monthly Produce n w FRUITS garlic You’d be surprised at the variety of produce in season available every month! beans, green n n n pears: VEGETABLES p application/pdf Experience fresh fruits and vegetables in the produce aisle of your neighborhood grocery store, farmers market, community supported agriculture farm (CSA) or pick-your-own farm. w kale That goes until we start shipping Valencias in March.”. JUNE: Monthly Produce Getting a variety of fruits into your diet is great. p While pumpkins are considered to be fruit, people within the culinary world will often still refer to them as vegetables because they are not sweet. eggplant w w winding down) grapefruit (n = newly in season; p = peak of season; w = potatoes, new green carrots peppers: tomatillo (n = newly in season; p = peak of season; w = asparagus cranberry, black-eyed pea (n = newly in season; p = peak of season; w = n lemon, Meyer Dixondale Farms is not alone in being able to harvest during the coldest months of the year. FRUITS n artichokes n celeriac/celery root (n = newly in season; p = peak of season; w = orange, navel w grapes p Kadota Fruits and veggies cost less when they are in season. Look for the GO TEXAN mark to ensure you are getting locally grown Texas produce. p squash, winter We offer our 100% Freshness Guarantee on potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, brussel sprouts. w celeriac/celery root onions, spring pears, Bartlett w n Brussels sprouts p kiwi p Calimyrna F program,” says Mark Loeffler, communications director for the Texas Department of Agriculture. n (n = newly in season; p = peak of season; w = Texas's famously warm climate means plenty of fruits and vegetables are, possibly, in-season more or less all the time. More than 95 percent of the produce at PCC is certified organic. cherries cucumber Publication, All Photos Courtesy of Texas Department of Agriculture, Michigan: Product Diversity Hits the Mark in the Midwest, California Mandarin Oranges Rise to the Top, TWO DECADES OF THE SOUTHEAST PRODUCE COUNCIL, Shouldn't Our Industry Associations Try To Support One Another?After Coronavirus, The Time May Be Right To Look At PMA/United Me, Pundit's Mailbag - Welcome Comments About Possible PMA/United Merger, Dick Spezzano Takes Up The Gauntlet For California Schools And Building Model For National Salad Bar Program, DiPiazza Resignation Raises Questions About Wal-Mart, New Chrysal Bag-in-Box Packaging in 10 Liters, Abundant Poinsettia Colors Bring Beauty to Holidays, USDA Announces Appointments to the Christmas Tree Promotion Board, Nordic Aquafarms Obtains Permits for Proposed Salmon Farm in Belfast, but Job Isn’t Done Yet, Treasure Coast Shellfish: Sebastian-Based Oyster Farm Now Selling to Area Restaurants, Trans-Ocean Inc. apples Some just grow them here, and some just in Mexico. p Bosc cabbages: w What's For Dinner potatoes, sweet VEGETABLES tomatillo avocado, Haas rnip chestnuts p eans, green figs, Black Mission w January pears, Bosc cherimoya chestnuts, fresh water broccoli fennel kale avocado, Haas Winter Nellis white Shop the H-E-B produce department for fresh fruits and vegetables from Texas and around the world. w n navel <>stream “We’ve had quite a bit of rain. peas, edible pods “In January, we switch to a pineapple variety of seeded juice orange; it’s a later season variety. rhubarb onions, fresh/spring n Adriatic broccoli TEXAS PRODUCE AVAILABILITY CHART. oranges: okra: n: grapes: onions, red: p: limes: onions, sweet Vidalia, Walla Walla: w: melons including ambrosia, canary, galaxy, Galia, watermelon: peppers, sweet/bell w We grow pecans and citrus in the valley, mostly grapefruit, but also some oranges. winding down) n Saved by Michelle Warren. n endobj n w n Hachiya (soft) %���� orange, Valencia red w
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