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Asparagus, Beets, pickling cucumbers, berries, green beans, okra, peppers, hot peppers,herbs, salad greens, spinach, arugula, onions, sweet peppers|
We have been growing and selling fruits and vegetables grown on our farm at various outlets for over 25 years. The varieties we choose to plant are very important and are chosen for flavor first. We have relied on our customers as well as our own taste buds to let us know what varieties are the best. We love to try new vegetables. Over the years we have tried peanuts, artichokes, cotton, okra, tomatillos, salsify,etc. Some of these have become our favorites but most just novelties.We have a lot of experience canning and preserving foods so we offer certain items like pickling cucumbers and beets in larger quantities.
Some of the more common crops we grow include green beans, strawberries, asparagus, spinach, green peppers, arugula, various greens, onions, beets, cucumbers, tomatoes, broccoli, kohlrabi, okra, winter squash, sweet potatoes and more.
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Practices (our standards for raising or making our products)
Conventional farming practices with an emphasis on sustainability and growing produce without chemicals.
We eat what we grow and although we are not completely organic we strive to grow everything without harmful chemicals. We also believe in protecting and improving our soil so that we can leave it to future generations in better condition than it is now.
We do this by regularly adding organic matter to build the soil, sowing cover crops to reduce erosion and adding organic based fertilizers.
Some of our vegetables are grown in a hoophouse allowing us to provide crops earlier and later into the season. Though not yet certified we have been growing all produce in our hoophouse using organic methods.
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Highlights this Month
November 2014 We have lots of nice greens and cold tolerant crops in our hoophouse. These have all been grown without the use of harmful chemicals. We also still have some storage crops available like squash and potatoes.