Popular market crops such as lettuce, garlic and potatoes differ in harvest, packaging and storage needs. Here’s how to get these crops safely to their destinations.
This is the time of year to collect and evaluate your data as well as organize and list the fall and winter projects you want completed by spring.
Ben Hartman’s second book takes a detailed look at reducing waste and increasing efficiency in the business of growing vegetables.
Are you looking for another good crop to display on your market table? Look no further than radishes. Here are six reasons why they’re good for business.
Getting a few chickens can lead to a full flock, which can then lead to a diverse farm with many types of animals. Here are the basics on adding livestock.
Parsley is slow to grow, but it yields a lot, is profitable and brightens up a market table. Here are all the reasons market farmers should consider it.
Knowing about your products, how they’re named and evaluated, and the customers buying them will help you sell more of your own farm fresh eggs.
Starting certain things in the fall will get your garden ready for spring and cut down on the amount of work you’ll have to do during that busy time.
The Women, Food & Agriculture Network, or WFAN, aims to create an ecological and just food and agricultural system through individual and community power.