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Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, inside (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, inside his field of pumpkins in Riverhead. (Sept. 16, 2012)

Stakey's Farm

Photos from Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, a pick-your-own patch in Aquebogue, which is owned by Jim Stakey.

Jacey Rubin, left, 11, from Riverhead and Clare
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Jacey Rubin, left, 11, from Riverhead and Clare Stakey, right, 11, pick pumpkins, at Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, in Riverhead. (Sept. 16, 2012)

Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, inside
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, inside his field of pumpkins in Riverhead. (Sept. 16, 2012)

After 2011's Tropical Storm Irene, Jim Stakey, owner
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

After 2011's Tropical Storm Irene, Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, a pick-your-own patch in Aquebogue, says of his 2011 pumpkin yield, "I wouldn't call it the best crop ever, but I'd call it pretty darn close." (Sept. 16, 2012)

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Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, with
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Jim Stakey, owner of Stakey's Pumpkin Farm, with daughter Clare, 11, left, and Jacy Rubin, 11, inside his field of pumpkins in Riverhead. (Sept. 16, 2012)

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