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market garden

Chiefly Brit an establishment where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale
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Both plums were the basis for the canning and jammaking industry that grew up in the area which along with the land-owning market gardeners and the required fruit pickers, meant a vast number of people made there living from the plums and other fruit that grew in abundance in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
My dad was a market gardener and he would never leave a job until it was finished and expected other people to be as decent," said daughter Lorna Rapley.
As an organic market gardener for over 20 years in the Kansas River valley north of Lawrence, my gardening philosophy is that the healthiest soils produce the most nutritious food and that local/regional food systems will lessen climate-changing carbon emissions, improve the health of the consumer, and increase economic development for the region by capturing more food dollars locally.
As a market gardener who sells at five farmers' markets a week, I appreciated your bringing Joel Salatin to the pages of reason ("Fresh From the Farm," June).
I went in the Land Army and met my husband, Bernard, who was a market gardener.
For two years, the Evansville resident has been distributing his fish compost, Meeker's Magic Mix, to local farmers, market gardener and greenhouse growers who apply it on their crops, backyard vegetables, trees, shrubs, front lawns and anything else that grows.
They are: Rocket, Tomato Sweet Million, Beetroot Red Ball, French Bean Delinel, Salad Onion, Lettuce Viktoria, Summer Cabbage Delft, Leek Elephant, Carrot Market Gardener, Cauliflower Candid Charms and Lettuce Sioux.
Former market gardener John Temple, died at the age of 98 in a retirement home last week.
Market gardener Slack died when at least one condom burst in his stomach as the couple were about to fly home.
She was a daughter of market gardener William Henry Barnett and remembers her father used horses and carts to sell produce around the town.
Stewart worked as a market gardener, then backstage at Dundee's Whitehall Theatre and Caird Hall.