Agriculture Keeps Us All Alive

Ready To Expand Your Organic Garden For Commercial Use? Get Natural Fertilizer, Pesticides, And More

by Gregory Howell

Growing your organic garden is a great way not just to provide fresh produce to you and your family but also to earn reliable income long into the future. Prepping and helping the garden thrive can be difficult if you don't have the right resources, and turning the garden into a commercial enterprise may have challenges.

There are some things you'll want to do to be sure that you are preparing for the growing season properly. Talk with local service providers and authorities about these details.

Permits and Requirements for Commercial Production

There are a lot of permits and requirements that you will need from your local agricultural department to be able to produce and sell fruits and vegetables. You will need to have a permit, and there will be rules and regulations that you must follow if you want to want to get approval to move forward with your business. A representative may come to view the property.

Commercial Organic Fertilizer

A company that produces mass quantities of fertilizer for commercial agriculture needs can help you get the ground fertilized for planting after you have it tilled and ready. Talk with a commercial fertilizer provider about these things:

  • Ingredients in the fertilizer
  • If it's verified organic
  • Cost per square foot
  • Other references and customers

You need to know what the cost will be and if this fertilizer will be enough to make a big difference in the quality of your crops.

Organic, Chemical-Free Insect Repellant

You want to investigate organic and chemical-free pest and insect repellant options to keep your crops safe. There are a variety of products and treatments that can be used that won't pollute your ground and your crops with hazardous chemicals and dangers, and these may need to be applied more than once throughout the year.

If you have a lot of land and you are ready to take your small garden and expand it to sell your organic produce for commercial needs, there are many options to explore when you need to get fertilizer and pesticide options and treatments. Make sure that you have the necessary permits and approval from the authorities in your area that look over the agricultural business and standards.

Getting the organic seal of approval will be necessary if you want top dollar for your produce. Be sure to file the paperwork and hire the right services to make this possible.