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    Default Denali (Alaska Specific) Seed

    Maybe a potential forum sponsor?

    At any rate, they have Alaska specific varieties. Check them out:
    http://www.denaliseed.com/main.html
    http://www.denaliseed.com/catalog.html

    One of the things I like is that much of their seed is organic, open pollinated, and/or heritage seed so the garden can reseed itself when the depression hits.
    Science has a rich history of proving itself wrong.

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    I almost bought their Tomatoe Seeds yesterday.
    If they become a sponsor, I'll buy their seeds!
    Lurker.

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    Default good seed

    I use them for almost everything in my garden. So far, I've grown several varieties of carrots, lettuce, radishes, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, beets, spinach, and corn from Denali Seed. There may be more that I can't remember right now. I tried pumpkins a few years back, but they never got ripe.

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    Thumbs up great stuff

    I use their seeds every year and have nothing but great results. They have always produced for me and I will plant them again this year. The peas and maters have done wonders for my garden and like i siad a big yes to them
    Grandkids, Making big tough guys hearts melt at first sight

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    Default great seeds

    My family in the lower 48 have requested these for the last couple years. Great seeds! Hillbilly

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    I pretty much use Denali Seed exclusively. I didn't realize most of their varieties were open pollenated/heirloom.
    Now what ?

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