G’day. Daniel Felton here. I began growing tomatoes in the Porongorups in 1979 at the age of eight. I’m still growing tomatoes over forty years later.
My wife Simone and children also lend a hand. The former far more often than the latter.
We produce over thirty lines of produce in season specialising in peas (snow, sugar, shelling), tomatoes (roma, traditional, grape and cherry) as well as eggplant, melons, pumpkin, paprika, cucumber, beans, capsicum and chillies. I’m not going to list everything we grow. That would be boring for all concerned. Suffice to say we aim for produce that is fresh, delicious and almost always spray free.
Its hard work but our lovely customers at the Albany Farmers Market make it all worthwhile. Simone is generally at the market eleven months of the year. Often I can’t make it because of the demands on the farm. I hope that you have a great day.