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For many growers, their vocation is more than just a day job; it’s a way of life. Still, all the organically grown superfoods in the world won’t stop the arrival of the day when it’s time for a grower to slow down and start to consider retirement.

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College graduates and other college-age job seekers have probably had enough reminders that they’re entering a bleak job market. But to put things in perspective, here are the latest numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

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All right, so you’re a grower who has successfully gotten your operation off the ground, and your stalks – and profits – are shooting ever skyward. Congratulations. Now what are you going to do with all that cash lying around? To get the most out of your money, you should put it to work, right? You can expand your operation, but a strong financial portfolio is a diverse one. You’ve already demonstrated your entrepreneurial prowess with your grow operation; now it’s time to branch out into a side business to generate an additional revenue stream. 


After all the hours of care and investment in resources that go into making your plants the flourishing lovelies they are, you can be forgiven for having more than a little anxiety about putting them in the hands of strangers at harvest time.

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