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Late Season Start Inspires Profitable New Product Line

Courtesy of Wally S., Wally's Urban Market Garden, Saskatoon, SK

We got off to a late start this year in Saskatoon - about a month behind schedule. So I had to think of new ways to make money without having early produce. One that is working is potted rhubarb cuttings. I dug up the plant, then took cuttings and potted each of them up. I sold out at $10 per pot. So now I am busy potting up more rhubarb, and other perennials. So this transplant product line will replace the lost sales from early produce, which is still several weeks away. Just goes to show that necessity really is the mother of invention.

Crop Profiles Rhubarb transplants

 

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Seed To Cash
This is the easiest way to turn a garden-size space into quick cash.
  • -Earn up to $200 within two weeks of planting
  • -For beginning gardeners
  • -Uses a 100 sq. ft. plot
  • -Based on growing just 2 crops
  • -Sell to friends, neighbors and family; at public events or farmer’s market
  • -Costs as little as $67.55 to start up, if you have basic gardening gear
  • -And More!

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