I am thinking about doing the farmer's market thing this year. Our garden did so well last year with all the organic stuff and square foot gardening I did, I want to grow more to sell. I was thinking, instead of growing a whole lot of variety, I may grow only a few staples but grow them well. Anything we don't sell won't get wasted and my startup and running costs will be nearly nothing. Instead of the farmer's market, I might do a roadside stand. We have the store right down our road and the owner will let me use his side yard to set up a stand. I was thinking compost, free-range eggs, chicks, vine-ripened, heirloom tomatoes, broccoli, squash, Brussels, corn, carrots, some sort of mixed greens and leaf lettuces. Later in the season our apples, pears, plums, cherries, walnuts, and peaches. Maybe a couple of specialty vegetables. The fruits are touch and go, we had to do some major pruning and they might not produce much this year, LOL. We probably won't be doing herbs as I am not ready to plant them. What are you planning on selling this growing season?