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Old 07-28-2011, 01:38 PM
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Is there somewhere to pick or buy already picked scuppernongs in the N.W. Ga area. I saw the link to pick your own.org and there is 1-2 for muscadines.
Even a local farmers market??
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Old 07-28-2011, 02:33 PM
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i dont know of any. (im not close to that area of the state) ,,but i will look in the farmers market bulletin when i get home. There may be something listed in there.
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Only place I know of is in Luthersville in WC Ga.
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Is there somewhere to pick or buy already picked scuppernongs in the N.W. Ga area. I saw the link to pick your own.org and there is 1-2 for muscadines.
Even a local farmers market??
You might check with the places you saw listed. Most folks probably wouldn't make separate posts for scuppernongs

Every muscadine place I've been to had some scuppernongs.
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Check the market bulletin online. Got to GA Dept. o agr to find the link.
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Dekalb Farmers Market usually carries them if you want to come into town.
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Hwy 53 between Plainville and Calhoun Georgia. Always has a good crop. I'll try and get his name for you.
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Hwy 53 between Plainville and Calhoun Georgia. Always has a good crop. I'll try and get his name for you.
Thanks.

DFM wont answer ???
Of the 2 at u pick 1's outta bizness and other's almost to S.C., a little far.
I'll call DFM tomorrow.

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Just looked back and the one w/ phone disconnected is Phillip Cagle in Planville.
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