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About our Vegetables

Our Vegetables are 100% Organic!

Pick your own Vegetables!

Jodev Farms invites you to experience the joy of our open vegetable and herb garden! Immerse yourself in the abundance of organic produce we cultivate, and become an integral part of our farm. Discover the freedom to hand-pick your own fresh produce directly from the soil, knowing it’s grown using 100% organic practices. Our friendly staff will be delighted to assist you and the whole family in this exciting adventure, ensuring your visit is both enjoyable and fulfilling.

Join us at Jodev Farms and savor the flavors of nature’s finest, straight from our thriving organic vegetable garden!


Organic vegetables are cultivated using agricultural practices that prioritize environmental sustainability, biodiversity, and the avoidance of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Organic farming systems rely on natural and traditional methods to grow and protect crops, resulting in vegetables that are considered healthier for both consumers and the planet.

One of the fundamental principles of organic vegetable production is the use of organic inputs. Instead of synthetic fertilizers, we utilize natural sources of nutrients, such as compost, manure, and cover crops. These inputs enrich the soil, improve its structure, and enhance its ability to retain moisture and nutrients. By nourishing the soil in this way, organic farming supports the long-term health and fertility of agricultural land.

In our garden

At Jodev Farms, we plant many different varieties of vegetables and herbs. Throughout the year and the seasons, we will have different produce available. To see what is avaialble, keep an eye on our blog posts and our social media accounts!

You may wonder how retail shops will have certain items available all year round and we don’t – this is due to several factors.

Firstly, organic farming relies on natural methods and avoids the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. This approach means that we must work in harmony with the natural cycles of the environment.

Secondly, seasonal variations in temperature, sunlight, and moisture levels significantly influence plant growth. Different vegetables have specific temperature and light requirements, and these conditions vary from season to season. 

Lastly, crop rotation and soil management practices common in organic farming often require fallow periods to replenish nutrients and minimize pest populations, further limiting year-round production. 

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