Anson Farm and Garden September 2021

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Find inside of this month’s issue of Anson Farm and Garden information on Scuppernongs are Muscadines, but not all Muscadines are Scuppernongs. The muscadine Vitis rotundifolia, is a native grape found in the southeastern and south-central U.S. Both dark, and bronze muscadine varieties are found in the wild. Dark purple grapes are usually termed ‘bullis’ while the bronze varieties are termed ‘scuppernongs’ after the area they were found in 1760. Did you know scuppernongs are the official state fruit of North Carolina?

September is Honey Month. Managing Invasive Weeds: Kudzu and the 2021 Outstanding Farmer of the Year. For those that love all things honey, bees, and beekeeping, September is Honey Month, to promote US beekeeping, the beekeeping industry, and honey production.

Q&A on Kudzu

2021 Outstanding Farmer of the Year. Anson County is home to over 400 farmers who grow food and fiber. This year we highlight Peachland, NC farmer, Chad Horne. Watch the video featuring Chad Horne: 2021 Anson Outstanding Farm.

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