LANSING (WWJ) – Just in time for spring bedding plants, hanging flowering baskets, nursery stock and fresh Michigan asparagus, the 2012 Michigan Agri-Tourism Guide is now available online and in print.

The statewide listing is the perfect pocket guide for those looking for Michigan produce, floriculture and nursery products, and specialty food items like jams, baked goods, maple syrup and honey.

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The guide also helps locate family friendly activities such as hay rides, petting farms, fishing ponds, corn mazes and riding stables.

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The guide features an alphabetical index, GPS locations and has a regional tab design to help customers find the markets and products they are searching for. It also features 16 full-color pages and an availability chart showcasing when the various types of fresh Michigan fruits, vegetables and other products are in season.

Copies of the guide are available free of charge at all 14 Michigan Welcome Centers and at nearly 450 Farm Bureau Insurance agent offices across Michigan, as well as county Farm Bureau offices.

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In addition to the printed guide, farm listings can be accessed via a searchable database at