The farm uses sustainable and Best Management Practices in order to minimize environmental harm and conserve resources. The farmers never intentionally use GMO seeds. The produce we expect for 2016-2017 season

(may be limited by seed availability, seasonality and cost.)

Fall (Oct-Nov)

Arugula, lettuce head and lettuce mix, Asian Green (Tatsoi, Tokyo Bekana, Shungiku, Komatsuna Summerfest), mustard (mild to strong), regular beans, kohlrabi, eggplants, cucumbers, bok choi, Black eyed peas, Mini broccoli, Dandelion, Malabar Spinach, escarole, Endive (chicory), Spring onions, Okra, kale and collards, herbs, Calabaza, swisschard, sorrel, squashes, zucchini, turnip, tomatoes and squash blossoms

Early Winter (Dec.-Jan)

Lettuce heads, arugula, lettuce mix (Asian mix and regular blend), Italian Dandelion, , chicory, escarole, celery, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, snow peas, sugar snap peas, eggplants, beans (yellow or green), broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, mini broccoli (Happy Rich), radish, radicchio, spring onions, kale, collards, asian greens (tatsoi, Tokyo Bekana, Shungiku, Vitamin Green) kohlrabi, cabbage (Red, Green, Savoy and nappa), Beets and Carrots, Black eyed peas, red okra, winter squash (butternut, seminole pumpkins, kabocha and Calabaza), spinach, turnips, Watermelon radish, peppers, swisschard , bok choi, If weather warm (squashes and zucchini). Mid-January: Strawberries

Late Winter (Feb-March)

Same as Early Winter + leeks, English peas, strawberries, big tomatoes, celery. If weather is warm all winter (regular squashes and zucchini),

Spring (April, May)

Same as Winter plus Long yard beans, Malabar Spinach, Seminole pumpkins, pole beans.

Summer (June-September)

Same as Spring plus Okra, Eggplant, Black Eye Peas, Mustard Greens, Asian Greens, Amaranth Greens, Squash.

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