How a dry September could affect pumpkin picking in October

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Pumpkin patches are open as the autumn air settles in central Ohio, welcoming guests for picking, hayrides, corn mazes, petting zoos and more.

Andy Lynd of Lynd’s Fruit Farm told NBC4 central Ohioans can expect a “traditional” field of pumpkins when the head to the patch this year, even though a lack of rainfall seen in September could have impacted the quality of crops. Still, Lynd said below average rainfall in September is more manageable than at the start of the season.

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