I really couldnt figure out where the best place to post this, but decided this section would give me the best responses. I have been thinking about doing a gardening venture where I supply the space and tillage and rent out areas for a garden spot. Now days, it seems everybody is stuck on a small lot in an area with all kinds of silly restrictions and not enough room to grow a garden. I figure I have the land thats not being used for anything except growing grass. We bushog it everyyear and dont even sell the hay. I could do 20-30 or more acres in small plots and rent out each spot for a garden. I just havent figured out how to market this concept so i am looking for ideals and suggestions. Like, how big a spot would be considers acceptable for a one family garden. How much can I charge in rent. Should I consider planting the garden for the person renting the plot, for a fee, or just till and prep the soil so its ready to plant. How far apart should I seperate each individual garden spot. Maybe make a tiller and hand tools available. I dont want to till, plant, weed and harvest for the customers, I cant be there all the time. I need a game plan, so shoot me you ideals and suggestions.