4153 Kincheloe Rd
Georgetown, OH 45121
Website: Wittmeyer White Oak Valley Farm
Vendor Since: 2010
In 1853, Fred and Minnie Wittmeyer came to Anderson Township, Ohio from Wittenberg, Germany, and began farming the fertile soil of the area known as Clough Pike. The area today known as Clough Crossing and the subdivision known as Telegraph Hill were the first locations of the Wittmeyer farm market stand. Lawrence Wittmeyer moved his farm to Georgetown, Ohio, in the 1980s and his niece, Terry Kiser, has been working with him for many years.
Products We Sell:
We grow fresh vegetables for market—bush beans, lima beans, peppers, tomatoes, cabbages, cucumbers, melons, eggplant, zucchini, squash, and snap peas.
In addition, we bake a delicious Summer Squash Pizza Crust using our fresh vegetables!
The Summer Squash Pizza Crusts are completely baked, made with zucchini and squash from our farm and are a healthy choice for dinner. We love to top ours with garlic olive oil, fresh spinach, and mozzarella cheese.
Weed control is only hand and mechanical cultivation, and we use no herbicides. We use mulches to slow down weed growth. We use drip irrigation with water harvested from guttered barns and White Oak Creek. We fertilize with organic compost/aged manures from neighboring farms. All plants are grown from seeds that we germinate in our hoophouse. We minimize spraying for insects and rarely do. When needed, we use organic sprays and insecticide soaps.
All of our baked goods, pizza crusts, salsa, and mustard are made with vegetables we grow. We bake with eggs purchased from a neighboring farm as often as we can.
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