Should backyard grown veggies be allowed to be sold in Saskatoon?

A professor of plant sciences at the University of Saskatchewan wants the City of Saskatoon to change a bylaw to allow backyard gardeners to sell their produce.
A professor of plant sciences at the University of Saskatchewan wants the City of Saskatoon to change a bylaw to allow backyard gardeners to sell their produce. Grant Wood says its a great way to get people eating locally grown vegetables and helps bring the community together. 

What do you think? Should the city change the bylaw to allow produce grown within the city limits to be sold? Would you sell garden grown produce if the city changed the bylaw?

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