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Pocket-size seed packets speak volumes
by Dean Fosdick
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26 December 2017
On 26 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
While seed catalogs promote thousands of types of plants, seed packets tell gardeners how to grow one. All the information is printed on the back of a paper pouch slightly larger than the size of your wallet, and at prices that won't empty it. Although the cost of seeds has risen over the past few years, they're still an economical way to garden, said Elsa Sanchez, a commercial vegetable crops specialist at Pennsylvania State University Extension.
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'You can use smart phones to scan QR readers for a great many plant-particular details -- information that just wouldn't fit on the back of seed packets,' Sanchez said.
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