The numbers of acres of fresh-market vegetables expected to be harvested this winter is up 2 percent from the same time last year, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report.


That same document predicts that spring onion acreage will be down 7 percent, while strawberry acreage will be down 3 percent.


The report was compiled before the devastating freeze in Florida, so the actual harvested acres may be down signficantly.


To read the complete report, visit USDA.