Our Farming Methods

Growing Methods

  • Heirloom Tomatoes, Garlic, Onions
  • Sugar Snap Peas & Green Beans
  • Kale (2 varieties) & Rainbow Chard
  • Lettuces, Spinach, Bok Choy
  • Zucchini, Butternut, & Delicata
  • Carrots, Beets, Broccoli, Potatoes
  • Melons, Blueberries, Herbs, Eggs, and much much more!

Our Products:

About Us

Email: mountainechofarm@gmail.com

Phone: (540) 635-8414


Our Crops include....

Heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, beefsteak tomatoes, plum tomatoes, sweet & hot peppers, swiss chard, kale (2 varieties), lettuce (asian mixes, spring mixes, romaine, butterhead), onions, garlic, scapes, green beans, broccoli, potatoes, melons, blueberries, cucumbers, zucchini, spinach, bok choy, yellow squash, carrots, beets, radishes,  eggplant, butternut squash, delicata squash, basil, parsley, and more!


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Mountain Echo Farm

Farmstand

How We Farm...

We grow healthy vegetables using simple farming practices.  We use no herbicides, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, or plastic mulch.  We use absolutely no pesticides, even those that are allowed for organic production!  We control pests through the use of floating row covers, crop rotation, and physical removal.  Our farm embraces the principles of sustainability through the use of water saving drip irrigation, composting, and minimal tillage. Planting beds are prepared using a broad fork and a two-wheeled BCS tractor. To boost the level of nutrients available to our plants, we incorporate on-farm produced compost.  We believe our efforts result in tasty, healthy vegetables grown without damaging our environment.

We proudly farm without herbicides, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or plastic mulch.



                
                 Welcome!                       We are a small vegetable farm using sustainable and organic growing methods located just outside of Front Royal, VA.

     2019 Growing Season Info:        We sell our veggies at our farmstand on harvest days.  To find out what days our farmstand is open, contact us to get on our farm news email list.