We take cash, debit, Mastercard, and Visa.
No, we do not allow pets at the farm.
No outside food or drink is permitted.
Yes. This is available on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays during operating hours. Please book ahead and there is a $100/hr fee due the day you come to the farm.
Unfortunately, the weather dictates our ripening schedule. Some days we pick up to 3 different varieties. Feel free to call the day off to check on a certain variety but know that all of our varieties grown are chosen because of their flavour and quality.
No… we are dependent on the weather.
Bring water to a boil, add corn, and once the water comes back to a boil, time for 4 minutes. You would rather undercook than over. Do not add salt or sugar.
Don’t forget to visit our recipes page for more recipes delicious ways to make corn).
No. We make peanut butter monster cookies and cannot guarantee that any of our products have not come in contact with peanut butter.
No, but Portions in Guelph (340 Woodlawn Road West) has a great selection.
Keep it in a cool dry place.
No, Strom’s practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM). It is the method of farming Strom’s has used for many years. In the past, farmers approached pest management by spraying before any pest problems were present. With IPM farming, pesticides are applied only when the benefits outweigh the costs, which gets the best possible results and the most value from the product. Strom’s uses this method as opposed to organic farming because we feel it is the most beneficial and results in the best product.
Many people assume ‘organic’ means the product is pesticide-free, but this is not true. Organic farmers often spray as much or more pesticides than other farmers. The spray materials they use are ‘natural’, even though they may be just as potent as non-organic materials. The pesticides we apply eliminate insect, disease, and weed pest problems but do not eradicate all pests. All pest management options are considered, including natural, biological, cultural, and chemical methods.
Regular inspection (monitoring) of the plants and crops determine whether pests are approaching damaging levels; the mere presence of a pest is not enough reason to apply a control measure. The number of pests present must be sufficient to cause enough harm to pay for the control measure. IPM means treating only when pests reach or exceed the ‘action threshold’ (the point where the number of pests justifies action).
5089 Wellington RD. 32 Guelph
September 22 to October 31
Wednesdays to Sundays 9:30am – 6:00pm
Open Thanksgiving Monday
Weekends – September 25 to October 31
9:30am – 5:30pm – Last Admission 4pm
Weekdays (Wednesday to Friday) – September 22 to October 29
10:00am – 4:00pm
Open Thanksgiving Monday