What exactly does \"on top\" mean? Yes, the market is slightly improved, but quality is the key word. With all the production today, broken and small roots can ruin any deal. The retailers are not interested in inferior roots. Scar necks are VERY important.
Take tis for what it's worth. I'm just an old man that may know a little.
Hey everyone, Hope your seasons have been as good as you all anticipated. I am Looking to Buy in and around Vermont/New York. I am in the Green/Fresh Market so time is winding down. My prices vary greatly and it all depends on the roots you dig. I assure you I can offer you the best prices you have heard yet.
-I buy the whole lot (not just the biggest)
-Digging quality is of high importance
-Anything less than 15ish years old I do not want. ( I strongly recommend keeping those roots in the ground)
Please call or email with questions