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Fall is finally in full swing. There’s no better way to spend a crisp autumn afternoon than heading down to Krupski Farms in Peconic to pick out some pumpkins.

This five-generation farm was one of the first to grow the big orange vegetables on the North Fork. In the mid-1970s, Al Krupski – who was a high school student at the time – noticed that no one else was growing the crop at the time.

In the nearly 50 years since then, Krupski Farms has grown nearly 400 percent and is now one of the North Fork destinations for fall pumpkin picking. Their roadside farmstand also sells a collection of apples, corn, cider, and other provisions perfect for the season.

Join us for a minute of pumpkin picking.