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Stacey Enberg (left) and her daughter, Madi Enberg, 13, bagged a couple of Super

There’s no place like homegrown

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The early bird may get the worm, but in Nisswa on Thursday mornings, that early bird is sure to be shopping for tomatoes.

Or, to be more specific, John Jansen’s heirloom tomatoes.

Patrons of the Nisswa Farmers’ Market are often lined up at Jansen’s Brambling Rows Farm stand when the Nisswa Farmers’ Market opens at 8 a.m. to buy Jansen’s produce before it’s sold out.

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