Expanding your offerings to meet holiday demands, maintaining high quality produce and keeping summer crops in your lineup will aid success in the fall.
Consignment (providing food to retailers without payment up front) might sound like a bad idea, but it sometimes can work for all involved.
If you’ve tried a no-till garden before without success, perhaps you didn’t try the right method. Here are several options for achieving a no-till garden.
Some articles and videos promise that you can start a farm for very little cost, but it all depends on context—what you want, what you already have and what you need. Here are 10 basic aspects to consider and price.