Dirt Goddess Super Seeds & Garlic Farm

Located in Oak Ridge, NJ, United States (Zone 6)

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Farm Facts

Established in 2012
1.00 acres in production
66 varieties for sale
Grows and Sells: Beans, Beet, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Kale, Lettuce, Melons, Peas, Peppers - Sweet, Peppers - Hot, Radishes, Spinach, Zucchini, Basil, Tomatoes, Parsley, Coneflower, Cilantro, Sunflower, Dill, Squash - Summer, Arugula, Onions, Chard, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Squash - Winter, Artichoke, Cabbage, Mustard, Wildflower, Lavender, Amaranthus, Garlic

Kristen Brown

About the Farm

Dirt Goddess Super Seeds & Garlic Farm is located in the beautiful Port Jervis region of Southern New York State.

Our Commitment to Quality Seed

All Organic, NON GMOs seeds, including lots of heirlooms, All fortified with this amazing fungus! In addition, she discovered how Beneficial Bacteria and another fungi: Trichoderma, improve plant growth and here began Dirt Goddess Super Seeds!

Our Growing Practices

I don't know any other way. I've always been organic.

Our Seed Farming Experience

When Kristen was a kid, she’d pull the carrots from the ground before they were ripe, wash them in the baby wading pool and munch away. It was the beginning of her love for gardening.

Fast forward and she found herself at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington with its organic farm on campus, and Ecological Agriculture program. It was there where she realized that her passion for growing things would also become her career. With the abundance of herbs and fungi in the Pacific North West, her learning grew beyond the scope of just how to plant (and eat from) a garden.

When deciding on her master’s thesis, she collected all of her information and designed a project to test the difference in growth rates between corn which had been inoculated with Mycorrhizal fungi and corn which had not. Right off the bat, the root structure of the inoculated corn was much better developed. A frost hit and wiped out the non-inoculated corn. Amazingly, the corn that had been inoculated with Mycorrhizae was still standing! She knew she was on to something important.

Kristen knew she had to share this amazing fungus with the world!

Dirt Goddess Garlic Farm was the next step in the Super Seeds evolution.

Regional Adaptation

We are in Zone 6.

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