From my experience, it depends what the crop is, and what relative level of maturity you would like to harvest it at. I run a gardening program at my college, and we routinely grow baby greens as a main crop in our gardens for sale at markets. The reason why we cultivate this crop is its short time to harvest. Baby greens can be planted and harvested in a 2-week timespan, with adequate water. Other types of salad greens are also fast-growing, with around a 30-day growing period. Spinach has a similar period, as well as radishes, which grow to maturity in around 28 days.
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