Long Island Seed Project                                               List For 2010 

 

   Allium:  Onion, Scallion, Winter Leek

    Amaranth:  Leaf and Grain Types

    Apiaceae:  Carrots, Celery, Fennel, Parsnip

    Asteraceae: Chicory, Endive and Lettuce

    Asteraceae:  Artichoke, Cardone, Sunflower

    Brassica: Mustard, Turnip, Rutabaga, Radish

   Brassica:  Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Collards, Kale

    Chenopodiacea:  Beets, Spinach and Chard

    Cucurbitaceae: Cucumbers

Cucurbitaceae: Melons

    Cucurbitaceae: Summer Squash

    Cucurbitaceae: Vining Summer Squash  

    Cucurbitaceae:  Winter Squash

    Cucurbitaceae:  Pumpkins

    Fabaceae:  Garden Beans, Lima Beans, Peas

    Fabaceae: Fava Bean, Soy Bean, Runner Bean, Asparagus Bean

   Malvaceae:  Okra

    Poaceae:  Sweet Corn

    Poaceae: Foliage Corn

    Poaceae:  Parching Corn, Popcorn, Sorghum

    Solaceacea:  Tobacco

    Solanaceae:  Pepper,

    Solanaceae:  Tomatoes and Eggplant

    Solanaceae:  Garden Huckleberry, Tomatillo

    Others Groups

Packet details show minimum seeds contained (caution:  these are diverse seeds meant for breeders and experimenters and are not for sale but available as a member benefit)

       All photographs in this seed listing taken at Flanders Bay Farm, Long Island, NY


Good web sources of information on growing vegetables in the home garden:


http://ag.arizona.edu/pubs/garden/mg/vegetable/index.html

http://agnic.msu.edu/hgpubs/modus/morefile/hg202_85.pdf

http://www.sare.org/publications/all_pubs.htm

http://www.hcs.ohio-state.edu/mg/manual/veg.htm

http://www.nevegetable.org/index.php/cultural

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_mg_vegetables

http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/lawn_garden/veg_fruit_nut.html

http://agalternatives.aers.psu.edu/

http://www.nevegetable.org/

http://www.worldcrops.org/

http://www.extension.uidaho.edu/crops.asp