People looking into urban farming have a new tool at their disposal. With the release of “Top 25 High-Value Crops Every Gardener Should Grow,” those just getting into gardening can learn which crops generate the most revenue per 1,000 square-foot space. This makes it ideal for anyone who wants to maximize their savings at the grocery store, as well as for people who want to grow crops for sale.
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It’s easy to think that gardening is something a person has (or doesn’t have) in them, but there is actually science and methodology behind successful gardeners. Much of this comes from choosing which crops generate the most revenue and how long it takes to start generating revenue from any given crop. The ebook contains a comprehensive directory of both these factors, so people learn how to grow over $3,000 in crops, as well as how to start generating cash from crops, or saving money at the produce stand, in as little as 30 days.
According to research performed by Kew Gardens in an article published by “The Daily Mail,” homegrown produce tastes better than mass-produced goods. They’re also healthier, plus contain more vitamins and antioxidants. Experts believe this has something to do with the fact that mass-produced foods are grown for display in the store, to encourage buying. This means growers are more concerned with the appearance, rather than the taste and nutritional value of the food created.
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“In 2014, the USDA reported a total of 8,268 farmers markets nationwide, an increase of 76 percent since 2008. That increase was partly due to demand for more local food,” says Corinne Ruff of US News & World Report Health. Her investigation on urban farming concurs that nutritional value declines when food must travel to a store, by as much as 30 to 50-percent.
Between better-tasting food, additional health benefits of home-grown produce, and the cash that can be earned or saved with urban farming, more people are moving to the model quickly. It’s unknown just how many people participate in the practice, as many keep their crops for personal use, but experts believe that around 15 to 20-percent of the world’s food is grown in this manner. As more people come to understand the numerous benefits of locally-grown food, the number is sure to climb.
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