Turek Farms plans to begin in late July as well.
Turek said last season had favorable growing conditions that produced a bumper crop.
Marshall said light volume should hit the market in mid-July and then improve.
“We will have supplies,” she said in late June.
“We should have normal quality.”
Marshall said Michigan and Ohio usually start a couple of weeks ahead of New York, with New Jersey and Pennsylvania beginning harvesting in June.
Tennessee begins in June and ends in July before New York starts but returns for a fall deal.