Herbs

Additional Resources Found in the Sustainable Small Farm Information Network

  • American Herb Association [ View ]
  • Directory of Flower and Herb Buyers [ View ]
  • Growing Herbs: Selected Information Sources, 1996-2005 [ View ]
  • Missouri Vegetable Growers Association [ View ]
  • Small Farm Today [ View ]
  • The Herbal Dispatch [ View ]

    Additional Resources Found in the MAC Resource Collection

  • The Bootstrap guide to medicinal herbs in the garden,field & marketplace [ View ]
  • Breaking ground: a resource guide for specialty crop growers [ View ]
  • The Cornell book of herbs & edible flowers [ View ]
  • a Digger's guide to medicinal plants [ View ]
  • Echinacea 2000: technical crop report [ View ]
  • the Encyclopedia of country living: an old fashioned recipe book [ View ]
  • Getting started: important considerations for the herb farmer [ View ]
  • Greenhouse gardener's companion: growing food and flowers in your greenhouse or sunspace [ View ]
  • Grow 15 herbs for the kitchen [ View ]
  • Growers guide to medicinal plants [ View ]
  • Growing and selling fresh-cut herbs [ View ]
  • Growing at-risk medicinal herds: cultivation, conservation, and ecology [ View ]
  • Medicinal plants: culture, utilization and phytopharmacology [ View ]
  • Minnesota special forest products [ View ]
  • Pay dirt: how to raise and sell herbs and produce for serious cash [ View ]
  • The  potential of herbs as a cash crop [ View ]
  • Rodale's garden answers: vegetables, fruits and herbs : at-a-glance solutions for every gardening problem [ View ]
  • Rodale's illustrated encyclopedia of herbs [ View ]
  • Vegetable gardening in the Midwest [ View ]


    The Missouri Alternatives Center and the University of Missouri-Columbia do not endorse any specific commercial products, pest control recommendations or attest to the accuracy of the information contained in the listed web sites. This compilation is intended to give the user a simple directory and ease of connection to public information.