At our self-sustained organic farm, we have always taken pride in our organic dedication to the plants, trees and vines. Fish, dried blood, bone meal, seaweed, and the like have always been the fertilizer staple, and we never spray our produce with anything inorganic, and only when absolutely necessary.
We understand that soil health is vital for plant immunity and superior tasting fruit, and have taken great pains (and expense) to maintain that foundation.
Our 50-acre organic fruit farm consists of 50 fruit trees, 60 kiwi vines, 1,000 blueberry plants, 500 raspberry plants, and several hundred black berry plants. We are constantly expanding, and will be adding a couple hundred more kiwi vines and starting our strawberry production this year.
We have seven different varieties of organic blueberries and five varieties of organic raspberries, from early to late season bloomers to stretch our picking season from July 1st to September 15th. The kiwis are late bloomers, ripening at the same time as the apples. If you have a specific variety of fruit you’re looking for, please see our ripening charts to coordinate your picking adventure.
We also offer educational tours of our farm, including the newly constructed greenhouse/aquaponics facility, the turbine that powers it, and how everything works together to comprise the first self-sustaining farm in WNY. We like to think of ourselves as a destination location, and invite you to picnic in our orchards, paddle our lake, and enjoy great tasting fruit.
At Paul’s Organic Farm, You Can: