The Market Gardener's Trade Publication: Growing for Market
For 28 years, Growing for Market has been the source for direct market food and flower growers. All GFM content is custom-written for the magazine by farmers and others who get their hands dirty and know what they’re doing. They don’t recycle content that you’ve already seen elsewhere.
If you do farmers markets, CSA, farmstand, pick your own, florist sales, or wholesaling, your business is different from any other kind of farming. Whether you’re a commercial grower or aspire to grow like one, subscribe to GFM for the nitty-gritty of growing, marketing, and the business of small farming ten times a year. Available as a paper magazine, digital download, or both, subscribe to GFM for the latest on market farming. There’s information on growing vegetables and flowers in every magazine. Check out the following article on the benefits of no-till provided—for free—by GFM to our readers/listeners:
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