Winter Vegetable Production on Small Farms and Gardens West of the Cascades

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Nick Andrews, Heather Stoven, Heidi Noordijk, Lane Selman, Kelly Streit, Brooke Edmunds, Neil Bell and Victoria Binning
PNW 548 | June 2022


The mild climate west of the Cascades allows farmers and gardeners to grow many winter-hardy crops in the field for winter and spring harvest. A wide range of alliums, leafy greens, brassicas and root crops do well. For gardeners, these winter vegetables provide fresh, nutritious, homegrown produce from November to April. For farmers, winter vegetable production can provide cash flow outside the normal summer cropping season, more consistent work for employees and year-round relationships with direct-market customers.

About the authors

Lane Selman
Culinary Breeding Network, and assistant professor of practice
Oregon State University
Victoria Binning
Former agriculture program coordinator, Marion County Extension
Oregon State University

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