Email - Gerry@JohnnyPuttFarm.com or Text - (978) 501-5295
Winter mix featuring mache' (lambs lettuce), claytonia (miners lettuce), savoyed spinach, hydroponic lettuce, mustard, arugula, microgreens and edible flowers packaged in Stay Fresh clear bags.
Grown with Littleton municipal PFAS free water and without use of pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. Ground based greens grown in Coast of Maine organic compost with occasional feedings of Neptune's Harvest organic fertilizer from Gloucester MA.
More greens - less plastic. Johnny Putt Farm Stay fresh bags weigh .2oz and contain 15 oz of greens. Supermarket clamshell containers weigh 2.7 oz and hold 5 oz of greens. You would need to buy three clamshells for a total of 8.1 oz of plastic to get 15 oz of greens from the supermarket. That's 40X more plastic.
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Greens are growing inside the covered structures.
This is where the cut and come again greens originate. Light fabric row covers keep the bugs out .. or in depending on when you put it on.
Provides some shading from hot summer sun and protection from insects and 4 legged vegetarians
Copper foil and tacky glue on legs keeps bugs from climbing up and fabric row cover keeps bugs from flying in. Nothing beats real sunlight when you can get it.
528 pampered lettuce plants grown hydroponically under full spectrum Ceramic Metal Halide grow lights
Three week old lettuce awaiting space in the growing channels or outdoors if weather permits.
Intense flavor of microgreens adds a little "pop" to your salad. Find these in the JPF greens bag.
Sustainable earth battery stores excess heat during the day and release it at night. Symbiotic relationship between fish and plants eliminates need for fertilizer. That prize rock came out of the utility trench. Welcome to New England.
New for 2022 utilizing a High Tunnel with a history. Leased from Full Basket Farm this venerable greenhouse is in an excellent location for growing winter spinach, claytonia and mache.
Johnny took a risk which became an issue.
Johnny was over confident and failed to adequately investigate the odds of failure.
The stone den as described is generally in the area of this property and serves as a reminder of the pitfalls of poor research and sloppy execution.