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Updated: 02/08/2018 08:30:02AM

Aloe Organics is Allison ‘Aloe’s’ Legacy — 100 percent from her heart

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Kay Hall examines plants in the hydroponic garden to ensure they are ready for harvest.

Kay shows off a purple cauliflower plant.

Gloria Esquivel cleans organic lettuce preparing it for the market.

Cleaning and packaging organic lettuce is the job of Fabiola Perez.

Kay examines one of her many varieties of micro-greens.

Beets are just one variety of vegetables grown in Kay's hydroponic gardens.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY JIMMY PETERS/JIMPETERSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM

Buddy watches over the garden for signs of rabbits or birds.

By KATHY PETERS

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Kay and Lewis Hall had never planned to become farmers or a local gateway to organic produce.

You see, this family’s farming story centers around their daughter, Allison, or Aloe, as her husband Dave nicknamed her.

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