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Byline: Josee Valcourt
Oct. 8--Sometimes at night, deer in the Jamesburg area creep on the Bohinski's field of black-eyed peas for a nibble. If it wasn't for the fence around the pumpkins, they'd eat them too.
In East Brunswick, farmer Jim Giamarese is planning a Web site so his business can keep pace with the rapidly changing world.
Both the Bohinskis and Giamareses are relieved that this growing season saw no repeat of the drought that destroyed their crops in 1999, causing the governor to name New Jersey an agricultural disaster area.
Pesky animals, Mother Nature, the economy -- all can be challenging for the farming business. But for the families on the Bohinski farm (aka Farmer Al's) and the Giamarese Farm, seeing the crops come to fruition …