Both new and experienced growers will find useful tips on pricing, business & market models, planning worksheets, packing, growing, managing and irrigating urban farms in this book!
Some years ago, a Nova Scotia farmer caused a stir by insisting that organic produce had a shorter shelf life than conventional. A spirited debate was resolved with an agreement that quality reflects shoddy product handling after harvest as much as the method of production.
The fields around my farm in southwestern Ontario have rows and rows, and acres and acres, of corn and soybeans.
At the Guelph Organic Conference, Paul and Sandy Arnold will talk about “Organic market garden costing and budgeting for production and harvesting” in the Production scale market garden seminar on January 23, 2004 from 1:15–4:15 p.m. at the University of Guelph.