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‘Mammoth Cabbage’

September 25, 2012

Heidi Harris/Times-Record
Bill Cruff of Rogers grew a 31 pound head of cabbage over the growing season. He planted the cabbage he got from Bettin’s in March, and in September, he found the biggest head of cabbage he’s ever grown—what he calls a “mammoth cabbage—in his garden.
Cruff said he plans to give the cabbage to the food pantry, but not before bringing it to the Sheyenne Care Center to show the residents. He plans to wheel it around in a wheelchair.

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