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Sophia Powell, watches as her father and farmer Gray Powell plants microgreens at his home greenhouse in Farmville on Friday, March 9, 2012.   (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)
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Sophia Powell, watches as her father and farmer Gray Powell plants microgreens at his home greenhouse in Farmville on Friday, March 9, 2012. (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)

Business growing for microgreen farmer

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Farmer Gray Powell shows his daughter, Sophia, what crops are growing at Gray’s Gardens in Farmville.

Powell’s family sells produce with the Spring Run Market in Greenville. The market was started about three years ago by Winterville couple Chris and Devica Urwick, who signed on regional farmers who grow crops without herbicides or pesticides.


Powell sells microgreens, which he describes as a “different type of mustard plant, cut when the first true leaves appear.”

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