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The Urban Farmer seed company has a web page titled, "Growing Library", that has a wealth of information such as a lot of PDF files comparing various varieties for vegetables & herbs, growing guides, and How-To guides.
Urban Farmer Growing Library
Urban Farmer Growing Library
Never plant without a bucket of compost at your side.
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Great source of information, thank you for sharing.
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I browsed some of the pdf's. It doesn't include all the many varieties but has some good basic info, especially for beginners. For example, I like that they included a map for onions, listed some low acid heirloom tomatoes, etc..
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Finally had a chance to look at this website. GREAT info here....
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