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I was just browsing farmhack and I found a link to a search engine for seeds. It is called PickACarrot and it looks like I will be using this a lot. it's funny too because just yesterday I was thinking that it sure would be nice if there was a search engine for seeds. It is still under development, but it looks like it is already fully functional.
 
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Thanks for the Link Daniel, I have been looking for Quinoa seeds all day they seem to have a good assortment
 
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great! I'm glad you found it useful. I also will be growing some quinoa next spring. Can't wait to see how it does. never grown it before.
 
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It will be my first attempt also. I believe the website has a variety of Quinoa that was developed in Mosca Colorado at 7500 ft elevation. I live at 7950 ft. Hopefully it will work for me here in Buena Vista.
 
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I got the rainbow quinoa from here
 
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