Any questions regarding plants, edible or ornamental, should be referred the Master Gardener Clinic, (360) 867-2163, or to the Native Plant Salvage Project (360) 867-2164.
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Market Vegetable Gardens: Planning for Success.
WSU Extension Manual EM032E
Market gardens are generally small plots of land (1/4 acre to 2 acres) that produce diverse vegetables, fruit, and/or flower crops to sell directly to consumers. Sales can occur via community-supported agriculture shares, directly from the farm, at local farmers’ markers, and to local restaurants, stores and co-ops. This publication presents guidelines for successful production and marketing of a market garden in Washington or Oregon west of the Cascades emphasizing annual vegetables.
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