Stories tagged with: Marvin Paul

April 18, 2016 - 1:42pm
4 weeks 12 hours ago

The warmer temperatures are making it feel like summer and has area residents wanting to get into their gardens.

And while it may be to early for most plants it is time to plant cold weather vegetables. Marvin Paul works at Paul's Farm Market and Greehouses and said having consecutive nice days is the key.

"Usually by the first of April you should be able to put those crops in. Some of them you can maybe put in a little bite earlier. But, you just have to watch and maybe...

April 15, 2014 - 5:13pm
2 years 19 weeks ago

With the return of winter weather, frost conditions are looming tonight.

A freeze warning is currently in effect from 10 this evening to 10am wednesday for Perry and Morgan counties. Those eager planters who were out in their gardens over the weekend should prepare their plants.

"If somehow they can cover up any of the new crops they've put in the ground with bags, with cloth, a sheet, no plastic. Plastic is the worst thing because it will kinda stick to it and kill it...

February 18, 2014 - 5:58pm
2 years 27 weeks ago

The brutal winter weather around the state could affect local farmer's fruit crops in the upcoming growing season.

Marvin Paul from Paul's Farm Market on State Route 60 South says that peaches, plums, nectarines and cherries are most affected . He says that anytime the temperature dips below ten degrees, it's a serious danger for the plants and production yields.

" As it gets colder, they say that every degree below 10 degrees that you are going to lose crops and every...

August 17, 2013 - 4:29pm
3 years 1 week ago

Saturday at the Farmer's Market, a local farmer told the public what fruits and vegetables are in season for late summer and early fall.

Marvin Paul is one of the brothers who owns Paul's Farm Market on South River Road in Zanesville. His family has had the farm for more than 60 years and he says the produce they offer has changed over time.

"Used to be more field crops, but it's more of an orchard that we do, but we do have 5 acres still of vegetables," said Paul.

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