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Resources & Planting Guides

Vegetable Guides
Cornell Integrated Crop & Pest Guidelines for Vegetables
Grafted Tomato Planting Guide
Nine Key Steps To Managing Late Blight In Tomatoes (video)
Post Harvest Handling of Vegetable Crops
Potato Planting Instructions
Pumpkin Cultural Guide
Solanaceae Technical Bulletin
Sweet Corn Genetics
Sweet Corn Growing Guide
Sweet Corn Seminar
Vegetable Cultural Guide
Vegetable MD Online (Disease Fact Sheets from Cornell University)
Vegetable Plant Planting Guide
Vegetable Seed Planting Guide

Vegetable Quick Reference Charts
Bean Chart
Broccoli/Brussels Sprouts/Cabbage/Cauliflower Chart
Corn Chart
Cucumber Chart
Lettuce Chart
Melon Chart
Pepper Chart
Pepper (Hot) Scoville Rating Chart
Pumpkin Chart
Squash (Summer) Chart
Squash (Winter) Chart
Tomato Chart

Vegetable Signs For Your Roadside Stand or Market
Bravo Cabbage
Raider Cucumber
Regal Pickle
Classic Eggplant
Superstar Melon
Gordo Pepper
Revolution Pepper
Sorcerer Pumpkin
Multipik Summer Squash
Zucchini Elite Summer Squash
Carnival Winter Squash
Harris’s Betternut Winter Squash
Jet Star Tomato
Pony Express Tomato
Red Defender Tomato
Scarlet Red Tomato

Flower Guides
Bedding Plant Cultural Guide
Downy Mildew Substitution Chart for Impatiens
Flower Plant Planting Guide
Gladiolus Culture
Petunia Wave Medleys™

Flower Quick Reference Charts
Aster Chart
Cut Flower Chart
Foliage Chart
Geranium (from seed) Chart
Geranium (from cuttings) Chart
Impatiens Chart
Marigold Chart
Pansy Chart
Perennial Chart
Petunia Chart
Rudbeckia Chart
Salvia Chart
Snapdgragon Chart
Sunflower Chart
Zinnia Chart

Growing Supply Guides
Drip Irrigation Brochure

Fruit Guides
Fruit Production Cultural Guide

General Growing Guides & Articles
Glossary of Descriptive Terms
How To Be Successful Using High Tunnels
High Tunnel Considerations
Number of Plants or Seeds Required Per Acre at Various Spacings
Seed Starting Seminar
Tips for New Flower Growers
USDA Hardiness Zone Map


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The Harris Seeds company began its catalog operation in 1879. It evolved from the efforts of Joseph Harris who became extremely successful in the selection of superior strains of vegetables and grains. The company became wildly popular because of his basic business philosophy - "Offer my customers a quality product at a fair price and they will return."


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