And I can say that the Path of Microgreens is definitely a profitable one. If I were you on Year One, I would pretty much concentrate on that as your main offering if you are a complete newbie. Because you gotta make money and it’s hard to do on outdoor stuff where conditions are less controlled and predictable. Get a good quality on just a few items and learn how to deliver consistent results again and again. You can start that business today, inside your house, apartment or garage and have a product in two weeks. Not too complicated and you can use ordinary fluorescent shop lights to grow them. See Luke Callahan for the master work on a microgreens business plan — he made way more money on it than I ever will. And in fact, I’m near decided that I will stop doing microgreens this year.