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Backyard Market Gardening: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Selling What You Grow

Discover how easy and profitable it is to grow ans sell vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs and small livestock from your own backyard market garden. Learn how others grow and sell: o 14,000 pounds of food, on less than one-eighth acre – Ohio o $150,000 from one-half acre, to fancy restaurants – California o $40,000 from one acre of oriental raised beds – Oregon o $36,000 from 3/4 acre, to city farmers’ markets – Massachusetts Learn how you can: . Earn top dollar, with minimum effort and maximum profits. . Grow high-value crops in small spaces, efficiently and quickly. . Improve your garden soil for super yields and superb flavor. . Create markets that are profitable, reliable, fun and sustainable. . Improve your garden soil for super yields and superb flavor. . Buy or build tools that speed your work and increase profits. . Enjoy a guaranteed salary from community supported agriculture or a membership garden. Find your market niche in: membership gardening, community supported agriculture, farmers’ markets, card table in your front yard, farm stands, clientele membership clubs, producers cooperatives, restaurants, caterers, institutions, pick your own and even growing specialty crops for your neighbor’s salsa recipe. “BACKYARD MARKET GARDENING is the book that shows you how to do what you can with what you have where you are.” – George DeVault, Organic Gardening Magazine. “Market gardening as described by Andy Lee is very rewarding to the soul, the soil, the environment, and the flow of capital.”- Jim Hightower, Austin, Texas

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