State agricultural universities

T. You might want to take a look at your state's ag college, they generally have all the stuff you need for plantings in your state. I find the Texas A&M system is a truly helpful outfit and have been into other states ag systems too.
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George Shirley wrote:

as long as you realize they are rarely interested in growing things in ways that don't cost $$$.
those big chem-ag companies and equipment manufacturers have to get something out of all their donations/funding for studies...
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On 9/15/2016 7:11 PM, songbird wrote:

thumbing through it for years.
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George Shirley wrote: ...

good! i'll take a look at it sometime this winter. :)
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