Detailled Contribution System
FRESH VEGGIES. SUBSCRIPTION
including green winter vegetables
according to the quantities actually picked up (consumption) on the basis of trust
1 share / orientation aid for self-assessment
1x € 120, -
1.5 times € 150, -
2-fold € 180, -
Durable in the glass
Can also be chosen without a veggie subscription:
Project admission fee:
€ 360, - / year
(Shipping costs optional)
1 box of 6 glasses / month.
The size of the glasses varies depending on the effort in production.
All amounts are per month. Payable in advance by the 5th of the month. Binding to 1 harvest year from May to April.
5. Voluntary funding:
earmarked to cover current necessary investments or later for an investment reserve.
6. Social award
For people (households) in a social emergency, separate amounts adapted to the situation are agreed (see introduction).
From three years of experience I know which vegetables overwinter in the winter and which grow in the winter - for the March / April harvest. As winter fresh I mean all types of vegetables which are freshly harvested outdoors or from mini tunnels and foil houses in the winter months.
Kale November to April
Arugula November to April
Asia salads December to April
Radiccio January and February
Endive December January April
Pick lettuce March April
Winter Hedge Bulbs November December March April
Winter carrots November December January February
Spinach November December February March April
Swiss chard March April
With a mobile foil house, the harvest of some vegetables may be a month early. Carrots fresh in April Leaf salads fresh in March. A new field of experimentation is opening up where a lot is still possible. All of this is available in winter fresh.
Winter vegetables alone are no longer advertised; if you are interested, we will make individual agreements.
3500 Krems, Kremstalstrasse. 3
Friday, 5.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.
3470 upper floor stable
Saturday 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
* The prices in the contribution system are based on experience over the last few years, on the results of ongoing discussions and on the exchange of experiences with other CSAs.