Lucero Organic Farms

We are a family owned and operated Organic Farm in Lodi, California.; where we offer a variety of Heirloom fruits and vegetables; from Long Stem Seascape Strawberries and Raspberries; to over 60 varieties of Heirloom Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant and Summer Squash. At our farm, we use only organic growing practices to ensure our customers receive the highest quality of produce; which is 100% Certified CCOF Organic, and “fresh from our hands to yours…”


50 acres in Lodi  and Clarksburg on several parcels of land, about 90 miles from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.

Farm History

Ben has been an organic grower since he was a teenager, when he tended a backyard garden with his brother. He started his first organic farm in the 1960s and although he found it difficult to make a living, didn’t give up. When the farmers’ market movement took off 20 years later, Ben found his niche and made a real profit for the first time.  In 2006, Ben’s eldest son Curtis retired from the Army after 20 years to become one of the farm’s co-owners.

The Lucero’s ensure that their products are top quality and flavorful. “If it doesn’t taste good then we won’t bring it to market.”


Depending on the parcel, the soil types vary from a light sandy loam to a rich, dark, crumbly loam. Each is amended with an organic compost that contains no animal products. Fish emulsion and cover crops enrich the soil with nitrogen, a key plant nutrient. Crop rotation also helps to prevent depletion of minerals in the soil.

Water Use

Water is sourced from private wells in Lodi and in clarksburg we get it from the sacramento river.

Weed Control

Hand and machine cultivation.

Pest Management

Crop rotation, selection of resistant varieties, hand removal, creation of habitat for beneficial insects, owl boxes to control rodents.

Contact Lucero Organic Farms

Ben, Karen and Curtis Lucero
3050 E. Morse Rd
Lodi, California  95240
Cell Phone: (209) 334-6136


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  • California

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