small farm

small farm

184 Gleasondale Road
(Route 62)
Stow, MA

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The warm weather and rain have made up for the late start. The plants are doing well and we have most things on the stand now. Our tomatoes are coming along and we hope to have ripe ones in a couple weeks. Garlic is here. Lettuce, chard, beets, scallions are in good supply. The maze is open for business (with a couple new wrinkles). Plenty of Pick-Your-Own flowers and sunflowers. We opened PYO tomatoes August 17th.

Unfortunately, our basil crop has been destroyed by Basil Downy Mildew, a disease hitting much of the NorthEast. Many other farms have experienced the same problem and it is likely that this disease will persist in coming years. Next year our strategy will be to plant more basil early and harvest it as quickly as possible before the disease hits.

Stop by and check us out. 10am-6pm (except Sunday 10am-5pm).

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Customers interested in organic produce please read this notice

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We recycle bags. We can use clean paper and/or plastic supermarket checkout bags, but not the thin vegetable bags. We don't care whose name is on the bag.

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We welcome suggestions and comments. email us. What do you want us to grow? New vegetables or flowers? New varieties? More of something?

Last update 2014 August 17