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A little research goes a long way for picking the best vegetable seeds

Manager, Jeanne Sowek with assorted seed at the Agway Store in Ballston Spa.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Manager, Jeanne Sowek with assorted seed at the Agway Store in Ballston Spa.
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Right now, garden centers are packed with twirling racks of pretty little packets promising bumper crops of everything from cucumbers to kohlrabi. There are organic seeds , hybrid ones, heirloom ones, and a dizzying number of plant varieties for each vegetable . Which to choose? " Shopping for seeds is a little bit like walking down the aisle in a supermarket looking at cereal these days," said George Crosby, a professor in SUNY Cobleskill's plant ...


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