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My Big Gardening Dilemma - Growing Swiss Chard


Hey guys I am growing too much foods in my backyard with 3 raised bed gardens. I grow this much Swiss Chard every week. Both the freezers in our 2 refrigerators are full.

None of my friends eat organic foods so hopefully this mobile vendor at http://www.veggievinder.com/atx2 can take some of this food off my hand. This is such an awesome idea for a mobile online farmer's market.

I thought about going to a farmer's market, but at 61, it would have been too much work to grow and sell the foods. If I can get my mate to move the shed out back, next year I will grow even more green foods to sell to this online vendor. Again, what a wonderful idea and anyone can set up these types of organic venues.



Cathy Harris, Speaker, Author, Coach

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