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    Market Gardening: A Start-up Guide
  • . Box 3657 Fayetteville, AR 72702 > > Market Gardening: A Start-up Guide Market Gardening: A Start-up Guide By Janet Bachmann NCAT Agriculture Specialist © NCAT 2002 ATTRA Publication #IP195/201 The printable PDF version of the entire document is available at: 16 pages — 610 kb Abstract Preparing a bed for planting.
  • . Market gardening, which entails the intense production of high-value crops, gives farmers the potential to increase their income from a few acres.
  • . This publication provides an overview of issues you need to be aware of as you consider undertaking market gardening, and suggests helpful resources.
  • . Table of Contents What is Market Gardening? Market gardening is the commercial production of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and other plants, on a scale larger than a home garden, yet small enough that many of the principles of gardening can be applied.
  • . Market gardening is often oriented toward local markets, although production for shipment to more distant markets is also possible.



    Mushroom Cultivation and Marketing
  • . Box 3657 Fayetteville, AR 72702 > > Mushroom Cultivation and Marketing Mushroom Cultivation and Marketing Horticulture Production Guide By and Michael Kustudia NCAT Agriculture Specialists July 2004 ATTRA Publication #IP087 The printable PDF version of the entire document is available at: 24 pages — 890 kb Abstract Gray Oyster Mushrooms Glen Babcock Garden City Fungi The market for mushrooms continues to grow due to interest in their culinary, nutritional, and health benefits.
  • . Mushroom cultivation offers benefits to market gardens when it is integrated into the existing production system.
  • . This publication is designed for market gardeners who want to incorporate mushrooms into their systems and for those farmers who want to use mushroom cultivation as a way to extract value from woodlot thinnings and other "waste" materials.
  • . Growing mushrooms outdoors as a part of a market garden involves little effort after you have inoculated the logs or other substrate with the mushroom spawn.

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    Ten Years of SARE: MARKETING
  • . She soon found a strong demand for local, sustainably and organically grown produce that exceeded what her quarter-acre market garden could supply.
  • . She squeezed in extra shifts in her garden before cutting back to part-time hours on her day job.
  • . While some growers work garden-sized plots, others have hundreds of acres.


    Garden Market Forecast from Unity Marketing
  • . "The big box retailers are turning their marketing might to capturing a greater share of consumers’ expenditures on the garden and outdoor living.
  • . However, when shoppers are asked where they made outdoor living purchases in the past year, some 80 percent reported shopping for plants at ‘big boxes, ’ as compared with only 52 percent who bought plants in garden centers.
  • . "The independent garden centers are losing their edge in the outdoor living market as shoppers turn more frequently to home center stores for their outdoor living needs.
  • . Garden centers must become more sophisticated and more knowledgeable about their core shoppers in order to maintain their loyalty and support in the coming years, " Danziger explains.
  • . Garden Tools, Equipment, Supplies — Overall purchase incidence, what products they buy, how much they spend, where the shop, why they buy and brand awareness and preferences.
  • . Also Included Is Garden Retailers' Perspective on this Marketplace In order to help independent garden centers be more competitive in the outdoor living market, the report also includes the results of a survey among 100 of the nation’s leading garden centers to provide the specialty retailers’ perspective.


    Unity Marketing: luxury market business branding marketing experience experiential consumer psychology shopping behavior Why People Buy Pam Danziger
  • . Gardening and landscape design are one area where more people find creative expression.
  • . Garden center managers were surveyed about how they perceive the emerging opportunities in the outdoor living marketplace and how they are transforming their businesses to take advantage of the opportunities.
  • . This retailer insight provides key strategic information for outdoor living marketers who primarily sell their goods to the consumer through the garden center channel.
  • . Garden Tools, Equipment, Supplies - Overall purchase incidence, what products they buy, how much they spend, where the shop, why they buy and brand awareness and preferences.
  • . In addition to purchase behavior, attitudes and motivations in outdoor living purchases are also explored, including a psychographic analysis of four distinct personalities that participate in the outdoor living market: Lounging Lisa, Happy Gardener Helen, Therapeutic Thelma, and Sylvia the Garden Slave.


    The U.S. Lawn and Garden Market (1049620)
  • . Lawn and Garden Market April 1, 2005 256 Pages Pub ID: LA1049620 The $24 billion lawn and garden market has been full of surprises since 2003—with acquisition activity taking some odd and unexpected turns, marketers embarking on forays into distribution and retail channels, and professional companies flooding consumer categories with crossover products.
  • . Lawn and Garden Marke t, these and other surprising developments are explored and their underlying dynamics explained within the context of a comprehensive overview and in-depth analysis of the current market.
  • . It also contains profiles of major marketers such as MTD, Toro, Electrolux, Deere, Ames True Temper, Fiskars, Scotts, TruGreen-Chemlawn, and now Briggs & Stratton and Rayovac; provides compete coverage of new product trends; engages in a thorough analysis of distribution and retail sectors; and surveys consumer purchasing patterns for numerous lawn and garden products and services.
  • . Lawn and Garden Market is based on both primary and secondary research.

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  • Marketing and Commercialisation at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden Dr J.A.
  • . Jay, Marketing Manager, National Botanical Institute, South Africa | Conclusions Abstract An overview of the marketing and commercialisation initiatives undertaken at this world-renowned botanical garden is given in this paper.
  • . Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden has achieved the status of the eighth most-visited tourist attraction in South Africa and was awarded the Satour Award for Visitor Attraction of the Year for 1996.
  • . This achievement came about mainly through constantly pursuing publicity for the Garden and the advantage of being in a particularly attractive position in the most popular city in South Africa for the tourism market.
  • . Commercialisation activities at Kirstenbosch relate to the out-sourcing of shops, restaurants and the garden centre, as well as licensing the Kirstenbosch™ trade mark to certain identified business partners.
  • . Introduction Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, situated in Cape Town on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, is the flagship of the eight National Botanical gardens run by South Africa’s National Botanical Institute.


    1998 Farmer Direct Marketing bibliography - Section 12
  • . Cash From Square Foot Gardening .
  • . The Small Commercial Garden: How to Make $10, 000 A Year In Your Backyard .
  • . Gardening for Profit .
  • . Backyard Market Gardening: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Selling What You Grow .
  • . "Money Making Marketing for the Small Farm and Market Garden." Small Farm Today .
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    USDA - AMS - Farmer Direct Marketing Website - What is Community Supported Agriculture
  • . CSA projects either have members pick up their shares at the farm or market garden, or deliver to centralized urban pick-up sites where shareholders drop by for their week's share.
  • . The CSA model has unlimited potential for connecting consumers directly to the source of their food, and for giving small-scale farmers and market gardeners a viable alternative to other marketing efforts.
  • . CSA at the UCSC Farm & Garden: Staff and apprentices of the Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems manage a 25-acre farm and 2-acre garden on the UCSC campus.
  • . Where Do I Get My Share? The Farm & Garden CSA has two "pick-up days" a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 noon to 6 pm.
  • . In 1997, CSA staff created a garden next to the pick-up site, where shareholders are welcome to harvest additional herbs and flowers to supplement their shares (in season).
  • . ...shareholders can also look forward to: •A CSA newsletter with recipes and farm updates •Farm festivals, potlucks, and workdays •Complimentary membership to the Friends of the Farm & Garden for one year.


    Garden Weasel - An Inventors Marketing Opportunity
  • Gardening Tool Enthusiasts Looking to or or ? We can help you.
  • . Gardenweasel.com could help.
  • . Our marketing methods for new product introduction are rooted in the success of ®, a well-known lawn & garden invention that we've advertised and sold since 1976.
  • . Garden Weasel is a division of the which was founded in 1887.
  • . We want to find the next Garden Weasel.
  • . Inventors - These are products we are currently seeking: • pet related items • gift-giving items for birthdays and Christmas • summer time indoor and outdoor use • winter indoor and outdoor use • lawn and garden • hardware • house wares • toys • plumbing • home improvement • automotive • recreational • any mass appeal items The lawn and garden cultivator took the U.S.
  • . by storm with its innovative television support campaign — could your demonstrable product be next? Copyright © Garden Weasel Dept.

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    Realty Times - Agent Marketing - Market Conditions Reporting Frequently Asked Questions

  • . To attract new prospects, all you need to do is submit brief opinions about your local housing market, which is published on a number of popular real estate Web sites including REALTOR.com®, Realty Times, AOL Home and Garden, Lycos Real Estate, Homeseekers.com, and all of our .
  • . Where will my posts appear? Even though you'll only need to enter your opinions in one place, they will be featured on REALTOR.com, Homes.com, AOL Home and Garden, every page of Realty Times and on all of our partner sites.


    Career Development - Labour Market information and weblinks
  • . Home Grown Garden Project Coordinator Coordinates the daily functions and activities of projects related to home grown gardens Horticultural Specialist Involved in the preparation, maintenance, planning and design of landscapes; researches and analyzes landscape problems and provides advanced technical support and assistance to appropriate personnel.
  • . Market Garden Coordinator Coordinating the operation of a market garden including planning, planting, upkeep and harvesting Market Manager Prepares strategic marketing plans for areas within the food industry; undertakes market research and identifies commercially sound opportunities for new markets, customers and products; promotion of industry at fairs, conferences etc.


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