Find out which Tennessee crops are harvested through the end of the year.
As the calendar moves into November, the harvests of most states are done and in the books. However, Tennessee offers a rich soil and a mostly temperate climate that’s conducive to growing a wide array of crops. Agriculture is a main industry in The Volunteer State, with many Tennessee crops being harvested throughout the year. See what’s being harvested right now, according to the Pick Tennessee Products website, in Tennessee below.
There are a wide array of greens and lettuces that are harvested in Tennessee in November and beyond. Some Tennessee crops are harvested all year long, such as herbs and mushrooms. Additional greens and similar produce that are harvested in November in Tennessee include bok choy, cabbage, lettuce, kale, greens, and mustard greens. Additionally, Tennessee is in the top 20 Christmas tree production states, and obviously, the lion’s share of Christmas trees are harvested in December.
Winter vegetables are those that prefer cooler weather, and the bulk of Tennessee crops that are harvested during November are cruciferous vegetables, root vegetables, and other cold-loving produce. These crops thrive in cool weather, and they really don’t like the heat of summer. Crops being harvested in November in Tennessee include beets, carrots, pumpkins, winter squashes, and turnips.
Additional Tennessee Crops
Not all November crops fit into the above crop categories. Other Tennessee crops that are harvested in The Volunteer State in November include apples, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, and popcorn.
Finding Tennessee Crops
Tennessee offers numerous Farmer’s Markets and U-pick ag operations. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture compiles a list of Tennessee Farmer’s Markets so that everyone can have access the state’s fresh produce, all year round.
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