Seeing the his Baby Greens and Salanova succession. Are the greens cut at 35+ days?
If so, is he selling the greens (in the warmer season)a bit on the bigger side to get a bigger harvest, bigger yields and are the customers happy with bigger greens in the salad mix?.
Here in my region of Spain, greens are almost required to be small to get into a salad mix, max 3 inches (7cm). Yields/bed will thus go down a lot if you don’t use bigger greens (2nd-3rd cuts) as a product for cooking, like in thai/asian style foods or pesto for arugula.