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Resources by Andy Hankins

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Lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum), A Potential Plant for the Cut Flower Market Jan 17, 2019 2906-1312 (SPES-99)
Adding Cut Flowers May Increase Profits Jan 17, 2019 2906-1331 (SPES-100NP)
Organic Production of Watermelons
Vegetable growers who sell produce at farmers' markets, at roadside stands, to restaurants and to local supermarkets may find that they can bring in additional income by adding fresh cut flowers to the inventory of products they sell. A number of benefits can be gained from adding cut flowers to a vegetable marketing operation. Cut flowers add diversity. Customers at roadside stands and at farmers markets like to have many choices.
Jan 17, 2019 2906-1342 (SPES-102NP)
Sell Cut Flowers from Perennial Summer-flowering Bulbs Jan 25, 2019 2906-1370 (SPES-101NP)