Growing and Marketing Lavender

Lavender is becoming a popular crop, especially in the Pacific Northwest, with its many uses ranging from fresh and dried floral arrangements to crafts and aromatherapy. Lavender oil is a staple of the cosmetics and industrial fragrance industries. This publication identifies lavender varieties; discusses factors in growing lavender; describes harvest, processing, and oil distillation methods; and examines marketing strategies for the small-farm lavender grower.
Fabricante: Beus, Curtis
Sku: eb2005
$5.00

Published: June 2006

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