Posted in Marketing on September 14, 2020
If you are growing your own microgreen farm and looking to get extra visibility from potential customers who are discovering your farm for free through Google then this blog post is for you. And when we mention Google, we mostly refer to the placements you can be given under the map. See image below. The first 3 placements get more than 50% of all the attention and it really makes sense planning a series of Read More »
Posted in Marketing on September 7, 2020
Marketing is a cool tool and it often plays a key role when a farmer is using it to sell out their weekly microgreens produce. Using digital marketing in farming is a huge topic and it could turn into a long conversation if we decide to do an extended analysis and compare a wide list with options. The goal in this post is covering the basics - main type of marketing and the kinds of Read More »
In our last post we put the accent on a couple of rare microgreen farms you can discover in Florida. Today we're shifting our focus to California to see how are the farmers doing there.
Posted in Uncategorized on August 24, 2020
We are featuring farmers since April this year. Some of the most unique ones we have cross on are based in sunny Florida. Experience their unique approach to farm development over the next couple of paragraphs. Charlie's Microgreens: An Outdoor Farm Located in the Heart of Miami So far this is the first and only outdoor microgreen farm featured on Microgreenology. Carlos Perez Mauri AKA Charlie started a family urban farm project in Miami earlier Read More »
Posted in Uncategorized on August 17, 2020
Recently we got attracted to the idea to explore how are microgreen farmers in Maryland doing this year. We crossed on a couple of incredible farms and we are confident their stories are worth sharing on Microgreenology.
Today we are publishing our interview with the charming Amy, founder of Ninja Greens. Her farm is the first one based in Nevada we are featuring on Microgreenology and we are excited to share her story as it's one of the most inspiring examples on the blog for someone who started a farm this year and it's already up and running full steam ahead 🙂 Enjoy the story!
Posted in Success Stories on August 3, 2020
This time we got the chance to get a few insights from Ryan, the founder of Butler, Wisconsin based farm called Perfect Produce. Ryan's farm is USDA GAP Certified and they serve grocery stores at the Midwest. They main kinds of veggies are salads, herbs, microgreens and tomatoes. Find out more from the Q&A below.
We are Ralph and Tina Gerlitsch, co-founders of Avenue M. Avenue M is a Certified Organic indoor, vertical grow operation in Kelowna BC Canada. We grow year round and supply local grocers, restaurants and Farmers Market with fresh Microgreens, Peashoots, Sunflower Shoots, Radishes, and Micro Herbs, like Basil, Dill, Cilantro...
Presenting the interview with Michael McDonough, founder of Tongore Brook Farm. Find out more about this net-zero energy operation in the paragraphs below. What's your name? What’s the Name of your farm and where are you based? I am Michael McDonough at Tongore Brook Farm (technically ”Tongore Brook Farm LLC”) in Stone Ridge, NY. What's the story behind your farm? The farm began as an idea about 20 years ago, when I was still living Read More »
Simply put, choosing the best greenhouse for microgreens might be a different challenge for different farmers. We'll try following a heuristic approach and pick the best fit for farms of different size. If you do not agree with our choice you are welcome to leave your own suggestion or share your opinion on the subject in the comments after the post. You should also know that as an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Read More »