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BUda, TX
(Zone 8b)

June 6, 2012
11:06 AM

Post #9154686

Was at a farmers market last weekend on farm owners property, and was given the invitation to sell there. The question: Owner had some cucumbers for sale that were rather low quality, mine compared to their's, blow 'em out of the water. All my produce looks, feels much better, also much bigger... How do I handle this??

This is my first foray into growing for a market to sell, but I feel very confident I will sell out of what I bring. Also, will have nice card stock price tags in sheet protectors, decent prices, and a good attitude. What am I missing???

Some samples of what's going to market...

What should I price cukes???

Any help would be appreciated...


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