Whether you are looking for a little extra spending cash, or wanting to fill those gaps in your home budget, your backyard may hold the answer.
Microfarms are popping up all over the country bringing additional income to gardeners with an eye for filling a need. The opportunity is there for those with a little focus and creativity. And the best part for us gardeners is we get to do something we love.
Craig Wallin lays out a sound business plan for turning your small or even larger plot of ground into a cash machine. His plan steers clear of your common, everyday vegetables, and focuses on specialty crops that are easy to grow and command a higher value. As Craig says,
“It is simply amazing how productive a small piece of acreage can be. While there are hundreds of very profitable plants – including a few illegal ones – there are only a few that qualify for the top choices.”
Craig “top choices” are…
- Oyster Mushrooms