Ever tried to buy blueberries at a local Kansas produce market in April, only to find they’re not available? That’s because although blueberries can be found in grocery stores year round, they’re truly in season in the summer, between May and July.

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We’ve created an in-season produce calendar for Kansas so you can easily see when it’s the right time to find the freshest cantaloupe or watermelon, or if you’ve missed sweet corn season. Feel free to share this seasonal calendar on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, or contact us for permission to reuse or reprint a full-size version.

Want to learn more about Kansas agriculture? Check out stories on everything from the state’s emerging wine industry and how the Kansas Department of Agriculture is changing the ag industry. You can also read about Kansas family farms, the state’s top ag products and much more.

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