Iâve just purchased a plot of land where I hope to have a thriving garden this year. I live just a few blocks off a major highway in Austin. It turns out that my land is zoned âurban farmâ. Along with the cute title, Iâm allowed to sell âfarm productsâ from my property with no special licensing. I have considered selling extra produce and eggs. My street is the major street for the neighborhood, but it isnât a throughway, so people would have to make special trip (just a few blocks) to stop by. I was thinking I could be âopenâ on weekend mornings and then let regular customers call me and stop by whenever was convenient for them. I would probably do this all through word of mouth. Start off with my friends in the neighborhood and probably start an email list so I could tell people what I had âin stockâ for the coming week. I guess I just want to know what Iâm getting into. Has anyone sold from their property? I also have no idea how much to grow. But I guess that also depends on how many people I can get to buy my produce! I figure Iâll start somewhere and see how much more Iâll need for the next season. Any thing I need to start thinking about now? What are the best âcash cropsâ? I generally grow a lot of heirloom varieties and I figure those will go over well. Tell me everything you know!