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Preparing to Provide!
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Selecting the Most Productive Varieties for Your Garden!
Over the past month, we've discussed the different "types" of seeds.... Open Pollinated,  Heirloom, and Hybrid. Now it's time to find those specific "varieties" that will do well in your area. From Florida to Ontario, from Texas to Oregon.... growing conditions vary greatly from one location to another. So it makes sense that what grows well in one area would not necessarily grow so well somewhere else. If you want to grow onions, do you need a "long day" or "short day" variety? If you're growing tomatoes, which is more suitable... a long producing indeterminate, or an early producing determinate variety? If you're farther north and have a short growing season, what can you do to increase your chances of success if you decide to grow heat loving plants like watermelon and okra? Another factor to consider is the specific growing method. Whether you're planting in long rows, growing in raised beds, or maintaining a container garden on your patio, there are some varieties that will do well in each situation. Tune in to get answers to the above questions, as well as many more. And feel free to call in and share your own personal experiences. The goal here is to provide as much information as possible to help each other to have more productive gardens.

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