By CBSNewYork Team

HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Farmers say they’re seeing a smaller crop of pumpkins, which means you may pay a bit more as we head into Halloween.

Farmers say it’s been a difficult growing season.

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Elwood Pumpkin Farm in Huntington, Long Island, says two storms came at the worst possible time. It stopped bees from pollinating pumpkin flowers, so many pumpkins just never grew.

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“Pumpkins? If you look at it the wrong way, uh, it might not happen,” Lee Itzler, of Elwood Pumpkin Farm, said. “The big ones take the longest.”

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Farmers say you’ll be able to find a pumpkin but could see a slim selection.

CBSNewYork Team