Tips for Selling & Growing Greens
- If you compromise and give up less yield on the first harvest, then you get more cuts later on. So he is cutting greens closer to germination. Short crop, lower yield and more cuts.
- Harvest when stuff is ready, versus on a set strict schedule.
- Salanova has proved to be worth the expense.
- Planting density is an important factor for successfully growing greens and density can vary by bio-region.
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