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  • Dawn T. 5 years ago
    I GET MY INFO FROM THE INTERNET, BOOKS AND MY GRANDPOP AND OLDER FARMERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Elizabeth G. 5 years ago
    I am growing Heirloom Cherokee Purple tomatoes and water them once a day and I plan on keeping seed for next year too. I also go to my local Farmers Market here in CA. and buy the Heirloom tomatoes just to get their seeds because I am a seed saver.
  • Ann-Marie K. 5 years ago
    I'm going to try the local farmers market.
  • marlene s. 5 years ago
    Ask the sellers at your local farmers market. They are usually happy to share advice . Another resource is the county extension office. Every state university has a deartment that provides information at the county level to the general population. Also call the Master Gardeners in your area. Google them for your location. Master Gardeners are required to give back a certain number of volunteer hours in exchange for their certification.
  • Mary Lou G. 5 years ago
    I first ask my neighboring gardeners. I have moved a lot, and different areas have different growing requirements. The people who have lived in the area and gardened for a long time have been my best sources of information. Especially seek out the elderly people. They have the best advice and tips.
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