Earn supplemental income with a suburban farm business and growing fruit.
When meeting with your potential customers, bring several samples of what you have to offer in clean and attractive packaging.
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Red currants are easy to grow.
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Haskap is a tasty fruit commonly grown in Canada.
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Market your surplus apple crop and sell to neighbors.
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When transitioning your backyard into a suburban farm, start small, dedicating a portion of the space to growing a few plants. As you hone your production skills and build your customer base, you can continue to convert more space to growing more food.
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Gooseberries are a popular item at farmers markets.