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Can I plant seeds from grocery store produce?

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Editor: Rebecca, you could certainly try, especially if you have produce from a local farmers market. It's great to try growing heirloom varieties yourself. But a lot of produce from the grocery store will be hybrid varieties that will either not reproduce at all from seed, or revert back to an earlier variety.
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