Adi Farms was established in 2005 by farmers Joseph and Dahlun Lin. It is located in Pittsgrove, in Salem County, New Jersey. On the 18-acre farm, we produce different varieties of vegetables. Since 2006, Adi Farms has been certified organic by NJDA, which means that our fields and growing practices meet federal organic standards and that our farm is inspected by a NJDA-certified inspector and reviewed by the NJDA organic certification committee every year.
Our goals are: 1) to consistently provide the best tasting organic produce that is clean, fresh, and nutritious at a reasonable price; 2) to improve soil fertility through organic farming techniques and practices; and 3) to make the environment sustainable for future generations as well as ours. In other words, we are committed to providing a high-quality, safe food supply, and to protecting our ecological system rather than overriding it. This is our stewardship ethic toward the soil, the earth, and ultimately, mankind. Our goal is not only to be financially profitable but also ecologically and socially responsible. Because most of our crops are set as transplants or direct seed on plastic mulch and raised with drip irrigation, we grow the cleanest possible organic produce. Since the nutritional value and freshness of produce decline while on supermarket shelves, our farmers harvest daily to provide customers the freshest and most nutritious produce. Grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers – we use cover crops, green manure, certified organic compost, and crop rotations to fertilize our soil - our organic produce taste better than conventional produce. We utilize biological control, crop rotations and other techniques to manage weeds, insects and diseases. Our focus is on working with the environment and maintaining the balance of our ecosystem as a means of growing organic produce.
Uncertified Organic Pastured Poultry & Fresh Eggs
We raise uncertified poultry and produce uncertified chicken eggs in an organic system that allows each bird access to pasture while eliminating the use of synthetic hormones, antibiotics, and other technological quick fixes. This system also enhances soil organic matters.