Julian Organic Farms
has been “Certified Organic“ by CCOF since August 2010. Our certification meets USDA National Organic Standards.
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All Julian Organic Farms produce is hand picked:
Apple Varieties
  • Fuji

  • Gala

  • Golden Delicious

  • Jonagold

  • Melrose

  • Pink Lady

  • Red Declious

  • Red Fuji

  • Zestar

Butternut Squash

Corn Varieties

  • Painted Mountain Indian Corn

  • Sweet Corn

Gourds 

Heirloom Tomatoes

Peaches - O'Henry

Pear Varieties

  • Bartlett

  • Bosc

  • Rescue

Shiitake Mushrooms 

Sugar Pie Pumpkins

A New Growing Season

Prior to the beginning of each new growing season, local and regional produce managers are contacted and we discuss what vegetables we should grow. Therefore, each year we often offer a different variety of vegetables. Also, the produce managers give us ideas for specialty items based on customer’s requests. 

 

Additionally, we select special crops to grow in smaller quantities—to be enjoyed by friends and family, not for sale.

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Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables

 

Seasonal fruit and vegetables naturally grow and ripen in cycles during the season. The growing season usually refers to the time between two dates; the last frost in the spring and the first hard frost in the fall. 

 

USDA has a Plant Hardiness Zone Map which provides growers with a standard that helps to determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a particular location. Julian Organic Farms, located in Julian, is at a 4,000 ft elevation, and USDA Hardiness Zone is 8b and 9a. The hardiness zone map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature. This offers us a challenging zone for growing fruits and vegetables. 

Visit our Fruit page

to learn about the growing and harvesting process.

 

Visit our Vegetable page

to see how row crops are created.