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January 2014 E-Issue

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The January 2014 issue features these articles:

  • Learn how to grow culinary herbs for wholesale markets. Chris Blanchard kicks off a series on herb production and marketing with details of how he selects, propagates, and grows the Big Eight Herbs.
  • A Harvest Schedule will help you smooth out your production and ensure that you have something to sell over the longest possible season. Pam Dawling provides guidance on how to create this essential plan.
  • Take better photos this year for websites, social media, and print. Lynn Byczynski gives tips that will help you make better use of this easy and accessible marketing tool.
  • Interested in taking SNAP benefits at farmers markets but your market doesn't have a system yet? You may be eligible for a free card reader for SNAP and credit/debit cards. Dar Wolnik shares the latest news on SNAP at farmers markets.
  • Demand for locally grown cut flowers is skyrocketing, so don't be afraid to grow more. Gretel Adams describes the tools and systems that helped her and Steve scale up Sunny Meadows Flower Farm.

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