Grow Your Own Income Source
While you may have had an interest in gardening, you may be unaware of the potential profits available from a gardening enterprise. Of course gardening is not a simple get-rich scheme and does require some dedication and hard work. However, unlike a flash-in-the-pan phenomenon where you need to be first onto the bandwagon, gardening can generate a substantial income for many years to come.
This audiobook details the techniques you will need to employ to avoid rushing into a costly mistake. While there is a temptation to just get out there with your watering can and a shovel, a gardening enterprise takes planning, preparation, and proper investment. We will cover all the details you need to know from planning out your plot and choosing the right crops to the marketing techniques you can use to create a successful enterprise.
We provide tips and techniques that even those new to gardening can implement to begin their gardening venture. This includes minimizing costs to maximize profits, pricing strategies, and selling to different markets.
Whether you are interested in growing flowers, organic vegetables, or specialty crops, there is a market out there just waiting for your produce. We will help you to harness this demand into a viable enterprise, which could generate an income every year!
You will learn:
- The principles of gardening for entrepreneurs
- The basics of choosing your high-yield crops
- Planning your enterprise
- Top tips to maximize your yield and profits
- Planning a smarter harvest
- Techniques to balance your time and investment
- Marketing tips and strategies for your growing enterprise
Download this book to learn effective gardening techniques for high-yield, high-profit crops.
What members say
- Jay C
Good helpful tips for beginners. Explained very well. Some of the tips are for gardens a bit bigger then mine but still good information
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
- Jamie Wilder
Where's the how to?
This book is very basic. I was left feeling like the entire book was an introduction. The narration was awful and needs editing. Hard to listen to
1 of 1 people found this review helpful