Strawberries

FAQs
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Where is the farm located? 
1345 Lutz Rd. Lima, OH 45801

















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​​​​Just a Friendly Reminder
"Under Ohio law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if that injury or death results from the inherent risks of that agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, but are not limited to, the risk of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals as well as the potential for you as a participant to act in a negligent  manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity."


NO SMOKING ON PREMISE.  
NO PETS, EXCEPT LEASHED SERVICE DOGS.

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UPDATE: 6/14: Our 2020 Strawberry Season is over. The late frost killed 75% of our crop so the season was short. We hope to see everyone next year. 



PYO HOURS (6/8 - 6/24)*
M-F - 9am to 11am; 5pm to 7:00pm
Sat - 9am to 1pm
Sun - Closed 

*Dates and Times may be cancelled due to weather and/or production of plants. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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We are NOT taking orders this year. 

NOTE:  Please check here, on our Facebook page ​​​​​​​or call the farm at (419) 604-4145 for the most up to date days and times before driving out. ​​​​​​​

How much are your strawberries?

$5/quart

$18/ gallon

*Our strawberries are grown organically just not certified. 


Is there a different price if I pick them?

No. The price above is if you pick them or if we pick them. 


How am I charged for the PYO strawberries?
Per container.


What if I physically cannot or simply do not want to pick my own strawberries?
No, problem. Click HERE​​​​​​​ to find out the 3 easy ways you can place an order for pick up.  


Do I need to bring my own container?
No. We provide you with a clear vented quart size claimshell container. 


Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. Providing the Internet cooperates that day. There is a $10 minimum and a $0.50 card convenience fee. Cash is the preferred method of payment. We do not accept personal checks. 


Will you have any pre-picked strawberries that I can purchase at the check-in counter?

Probably not. We only pick for orders and very rarely do we have any left over. If we do we will announce it on our Facebook page for that day. 


How long will you have the PYO this year?
Our seasons usally runs after Memorial Day to Father's Day but every season is different. PYO times & days will vary. 


Can I taste test the strawberries in the field before paying?
No, because just like potatoe chips we know you cannot just eat one and before you know it you haven eaten a quarts worth. We do have a basket at the check-in counter of fresh picked strawberries you can sample before picking. 


Is there off street parking?
Yes, there is parking in grass. In the event of a lot of rain the PYO maybe cancelled due to risk of cars getting stuck. 

Is there a public restroom?
Yes, we have flushable toilets and running water. 

Can I bring my kids and grandkids?
Of course we want you to make memories with your loved ones. Just remember it is your responsiblity to teach them how to correctly pick strawberries. Meaning they are NOT to rip the plants out of the ground or pick ANY green berries. If they pick any green berries you are still required to pay for them.  

Will I be asked to leave?
Mostly likley not. However, in the event you or anyone in your party causes any destruction to our property or do not follow the rules. You and your party will be asked to leave and escorted off our property.  

Are your strawberries organic?

We only use non GMO plants and seeds in our crops as well as use certified organic fertilizers and fungicides on our strawberry field. While we are not a certified organic farm due to surrounding fields being sprayed with chemicals we do grow everything as if we were. We feed our crops fish, seaweed, minerals, humic acid and molasses while using garlic and neem oil to prevent disease and pest infestation when/if any arise. We work very hard to ensure our plants and trees are happy and healthy as they will yield sweeter and more delicious fruits. We also utilize cover crops to feed the bees and to increase pollination as well as to put nutrients back into the soil.  ​​​​​​​

Get Notified when Our Produce is Ready. 

2020 Strawberry Season PYO Tenative Schedule