Vendors headed to the Farmer’s Market in Sioux Falls Saturday to try to sell their fresh produce.
However, vendors say this year has been difficult.
Because of heavy rain and flooding, many vendors had to wait for the ground to dry before planting their crops.
Seedtime & Harvest say they’re about two weeks behind schedule.
“The weather has not been warm enough and the soil temperatures haven’t been warm enough to get any planting down. Slowly, we’re picking up speed,” Nathan Vanzweden with Seedtime & Harvest said.
Despite the setbacks, Vanzweden says he thinks they’ll be able to catch up.