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It's a Brooksville summertime right of passage: The sweet corn is ripe at Frazier Farms

David Frazier, along with his grandson Colton Finley, 14, graded the corn harvested last weekend and put it into bins for customers to buy. ALICE HERDEN | Special to the Times
Published May 24

BROOKSVILLE — It's here. Frazier Farms started selling sweet corn by the dozen ears or by the bushel on May 18, and the cars have been lining up ever since.

Neighbors tell neighbors. Oldtimers tell newcomers. Friends invite friends over for dinner, just to share a bit of this year's Frazier harvest.

When they opened, the folks at Frazier said on their Facebook page that they expected the corn to last about three weeks this year, so don't wait.

Yellow corn, white corn, bicolored corn. And peas. And honey. And green beans.

Yum.

If you go: Frazier Farms is at 20175 Manecke Road. For information on the latest crop and business hours, call (352) 232-0802. Or search Facebook for Frazier Farms Brooksville.

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