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Perry-Winkle Farm

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Photos and text by Debbie Roos, Agricultural Extension Agent.

flower field
Perry-winkle Farm
Cathy Jones and Mike Perry
1061 White Cross Rd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
919-933-6189

Farm Products: vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, and fresh eggs from pastured hens

Cathy Jones and Mike Perry have been farming in northern Chatham County since 1990. They have always farmed organically but they no longer get their farm certified. Sustainable practices such as cover crops, crop rotation, and biodiversity help keep pests and diseases in check and enhance crop quality.

You can support Perry-winkle Farm by shopping at the following farmers’ markets from March-December:

Take a virtual farm tour of Perry-winkle Farm!
Over 120 photos, from seed to market!

Overview: The Big Picture

Transplant Production

Soil Management and Planting

Potatoes, from Seed to Harvest

Crop Diversity and Pest Management

Cut Flower Production

Pastured Poultry Production

Postharvest Handling and Marketing

On-farm Research and Education

Page Last Updated: 9 years ago
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