The Johnson family is coming to the Mojave desert for the first time since its founding in 1947.
The farm opened on Monday with an indoor/outdoor operation that will allow the family to expand to include a large outdoor greenhouse and the addition of two indoor watermelons and a full-size strawberry farm.
The Johnson brothers have been farming in the Mojoveas since they moved to Malibu from San Francisco, California, in the early 1960s.
The family has been growing strawberries and other produce since their parents, George and Ruth Johnson, founded the family’s strawberry farm at the Malibu, California resort.
The strawberry farm is one of the oldest and largest in the area.
The strawberry farm opened with a two-story greenhouse, with an area of 10,000 square feet.
It will be used for indoor production of strawberries and watermelon as well as outdoor strawberry production, according to a press release from the Johnson Farm.
It also will allow Johnson to expand the farm’s outdoor operations, including the addition and expansion of a large indoor watermelon and strawberry farm, the release stated.
The first strawberries produced in the Johnsons strawberry farm will be shipped to customers at their Malibu farm.
The watermelon farm will start growing strawberries in early 2018, and the strawberry farm farm will begin growing strawberries by mid-2019.
A full-sized strawberry farm and a strawberry farm in the same space will have a total area of 15,000 sq. ft., and it will produce an average of 400,000 pounds of strawberries per year, the press release stated, adding that the strawberries will be exported to Europe.
The strawberries are grown in a greenhouse in a large space, and each of the farms will have its own indoor growing area.
Johnson’s Farm is located on the corner of a cul-de-sac at the corner near Malibu and Montecito, which is also where the family grew strawberries and strawberries were harvested from, according a Malibu Bee article in December 2016.
It is the fourth farm the John Sonders have opened up since they purchased the Malverde Valley Farm in the 1980s.
They also own the Santa Ana Farms in Santa Ana and the Santa Cruz Farms in Napa.
The farms have also grown strawberries for the family, as well, the article said.
The Malverdales strawberries were grown by John Sollers family in Malverdo, which was one of four farms owned by John and Ruth, according the Malbany Bee.
They are the first family to open up a farm in California since the end of the Prohibition era.
The Malverdos strawberries were exported to France, Spain and the U.K.
The couple bought the Malvinas strawberry farm from the SondERS in 1989, when the farm was still owned by the family.
The two Malverda farms, with a total of 20,000 acres, have grown strawberries and also strawberries for John and Robert Sondgers, who are also the founders of Johnson Farms in West Orange, New Jersey.
The company is a division of the Soller Family’s Johnson Dairy Company, which also includes the Malveres.
The Sonderers’ farm has grown strawberries since 1978.
John Sondors Strawberry Farm is now open for business with the opening of a strawberry greenhouse.