The answer to that question is all three crops, according to the experts.
“All three are pretty darn good,” said Matt Dolan, who runs a landscaping company in New Jersey.
“The question is, which one is the best?”
“Farming is one of the most rewarding things you can do,” said Chris Cappelli, president of the Pennsylvania State Farm Association.
“When you’re growing something, you have to do things differently.
There’s not a lot of people that can say that.
I’ve been doing it for over 30 years.”
And that’s a pretty big statement to make, as it is for most Americans.
In fact, Americans spend more than $1 trillion per year on their agriculture, according the USDA.
The average family spends about $5,000 a year on it.
And the majority of it goes to the farmers themselves, who get to grow whatever they want.
It’s a simple equation.
“If you want to grow corn and wheat, it’s going to be all corn and all wheat,” said Dolan.
And that includes all the grains and all the crops.
The trick is to find the right crop.
And for most people, it won’t be a challenge.
Dolan is a certified crop manager and a certified organic gardener, and his company is just one of many that sell all the things you need to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers in your garden.
“There are farmers all over the country that are doing a lot better than us,” he said.
“And it’s because we have more time to focus on other things.”
The answer is, however, that there are certain things you probably won’t want to buy.
“I wouldn’t go out to buy corn and soybeans because it’s not going to do you any good,” Dolan said.
Instead, you should invest in something that can do all three.
“There are some things you want and some things that you just don’t want,” he added.
“But that’s just life.”
And if you’re one of those people, Dolan’s got you covered.