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Increase spring revenue by growing lesser-value crops under row cover

publication date: Mar 31, 2001
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During the 2000 growing season, Organic Agrosystems Research at Summit Farm investigated the economic feasibility of growing lesser value crops using row cover technology for direct market sales (e.g. farmer’s market, PYO, farmstands, CSA). Armed with a need to expand our early sales, an idea to solve the problem and a small grant from the Massachusetts Department of Food and Agriculture, we designed an on-farm applied research project.

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