Ledge Top Farm
No artificial chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides
No artificial chemical fertilizers
No GMO seeds
All organic standards followed
Welcome to Ledge Top Farm!
Ledge Top Farm is located in Wilton, New Hampshire and has been growing vegetables starting 1978. Most produce is sold at local farmers markets, at the farm, and a few restaurants. All of our produce is grown on the farm and some leased locations. Actual growing space on this farm is just over one half acre, but growing thousands in produce.
We use no artificial chemicals, herbicides, or pesticides on our produce, instead there is a wide use of beneficial organisms such as microbes, and insects to control any pest. Organic practices have been in place for so long that many pest problems are taken care of by natural predation.
We control fertility of the soil with compost and natural amendments like alfalfa meal, feather meal, and kelp meal. Succession planting keeps every soil bed in production. Hand tools are used to cultivate and harvest and tilling is reduced to mixing the top 2 inches of soil. Five greenhouses are used to extend the season and provide early harvests. Keeping the natural microbial life in the soil by not turning soil over is the best plan for sustained organic production.
Questions about specific practices can be answered at any time. Tours of the farm and our techniques can be arranged.
- No artificial chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides
- No artificial chemical fertilizers
- No GMO seeds
- All organic standards followed
Where are we?
Come and sample our fresh produce during the summer months at our Farm Stand in Wilton or at the weekly Farmers’ Markets in Milford and Peterborough.