Blood Orange Season 2017!

Happy New Year everyone!

Promacks Farm has a good crop of blood oranges this year.
They are juicy and delicious with lots of that beautiful blood orange color.
We will begin accepting orders on January 5, 2017 and will send out our first orders on January 10, 2017.

The oranges will be available in a 24 piece box for $18 plus $12 for shipping (that’s a total of $30).

Our oranges are available to purchase online via our Farm Store

We look forward to hearing from you!

2016 Peach Season: May Update

Promacks Peaches

Hello peach and apricot fans! It is almost that time – one of our favorite times all year – we are a few weeks away from peach and apricot season at Promacks Farm! Stay tuned for updates here and on our Facebook page. We look forward to seeing you at the Farm!

Thanks
Farmer Dave and Linda

Blood Orange Season 2014

One of our blood oranges
One of our blood oranges

It’s that time of year again… our organic Moro blood oranges are ready for purchase. The fruit has survived the chilly winter temps and the fruit has a beautiful blush and is very tasty!

For local customers, simply contact the Farm for pricing and pick-up options. Please call 760 – 728 – 6308 or email Farmer Dave: david {at} promacksfarm {dot} com.

For non-local customers, oranges are available for purchase online. Our online “Farm Store” is accepting online purchases. CLICK HERE TO ORDER ONLINE!

Thank you for your support!
Promacks Farm

Peach Season 2013

Our favorite time of year is finalllllllly here… the peaches are ready! Head to Promacks Farm daily, 9-4, to pick up some delicious, fresh, TASTY peaches. See you on the Farm!

Mmmmmmm
Mmmmmmm

Owl Boxes

Along with farming our fruits and vegetables, over the past few years, we’ve been building and installing owl boxes.

A completed owl box, ready for installation

Above is the latest box Farmer Dave has completed and is ready to be installed by Farmer Dave.  The dimensions of our owl boxes are approximately 14″x30″, and about 14″ tall.

If you are interested in an owl box for your home or property, contact Farmer Dave at david[at]promacksfarm.com and your dreams of watching owls and baby owlets could be one step closer!

The new box for the Olsens. Photo from Kim Olsen.

This is from our most recent box and installation at the Olsen home in Fallbrook.

Early November Farm Update

Carrots planted now will be ready in June '12

Greetings from Farmer Dave!

The weather may be more mild, and even giving us rain here and there, but that doesn’t mean that your garden has to be dormant.  Here’s a little update on the garden here at the Farm:

We are excited to see our first strawberries already formed – the plants so healthy this year, loving the rain and mild temps this fall.

The winter garden is pretty much planted – some items for the winter such as lettuce, broccoli, spinach, and peas.

Also, we’ve been busy planting crops now that will be harvested next June such as onions, garlic, carrots, and celery. Even during Fall, there are always things to plant and plan for.

We cannot forget the yams we just harvested – we got about 90 pounds of yams from just 6 yams planted in April. Incredible!

And lastly, the cool wet days get us excited for some of the winter “chores” to come soon- pruning and planting new fruit trees.  The fun never stops at the Farm! 🙂

As always, happy gardening!

A young strawberry plant

Peaches… Almost!

Well, our peaches are *almost* ready.  What a wacky year it has been for our stone fruit.  The winter season is the most important season for peaches & apricots, and this winter was a wild one.  Really cold, then really hot, then lots of rain, then more hot/cold indecision… our poor trees didn’t really know what to think of it all.  We had trees trying to wake up in the dead of winter which can spell doom for the summer crop.  Through it all, our trees persevered, and although it’s a little later than we are used to – normally our peaches and apricots are ready in the beginning of June – our crop is JUST ABOUT ready.

We’re thinking that by Sunday or Monday we’ll have our peaches and apricot harvest in full swing.  So like always, feel free to come by the Farm to check out what we have ready, or give us a call to check.  We should have plenty of squash, garlic, onions, blood oranges, zucchini, green beans, and tangerines ready for purchase. Fresh organic produce – what a great summer treat!

February blossoms have hopefully become delicious peaches