Growing and Selling Fresh Cut Herbs
In this essential handbook for herbal entrepreneurs, you'll find everything you need to know to launch your own business. Whether your goal is to sell fresh-cut herbs at the local farmers' market or supply all the supermarket accounts in a large metropolitan area, Sandie Shores will teach you how to grow, harvest, and package the most popular herbs and edible flowers; construct, operate, and maintain your own greenhouse; and write a business plan, identify potential markets, and forge business partnerships. Shores also profiles professional growers from around North America who share tips and trade secrets for running a successful fresh-cut herb business.
79 pages matching winter in this book
Results 1-3 of 79
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Herbs Herbs History
Starting Your Herb Business
Building and Maintaining a Greenhouse
16 other sections not shown
accounts air circulation allow aphids Arugula bags basil beneficial insects Botanical Name bunch cause chefs chervil chives cilantro commercial grower cool cover crop damage dill distributors dormancy edible flowers Epazote especially feed fertilizer flat flavor foliage fresh herbs fresh-cut herbs full sun fungal fungal diseases fungus gnats garnish germination greenhouse growth harvest heat hoops horticultural oil humidity inches insecticide keep label layers leaf leafhoppers leaves Lemon balm light marjoram moist moisture mulch nutrients oregano organic outdoors packaging parsley perennial pesticides pests plastic poly pots problem produce Propagation raised beds restaurants roots rosemary rubber band sage seedlings seeds sell soil mix sorrel spider mites spray stem ends supermarket supplier supply sure tarragon temperature thrips thyme transplant trays types usually variety ventilation warm wash weeds weeks whitefly winter yellow