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where did the charts go?

Posted by marnielee7 5 IL (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 4, 13 at 0:13

Hi everybody. Does anyone know where the germination charts all went? I remember a really good one on (i think). It showed the type of plant, dates sown, successes and failures. All the archived links that i found are not working! thanks for any help....

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RE: where did the charts go?

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RE: where did the charts go?

Thanks Karen. The one I was looking for isn't there anymore. It's the list with the Y and N columns. I contacted Trudi, she was effected by that really bad hurricane but is in the process of rebuilding the website.

RE: where did the charts go?

Marnie, I didn't see the charts earlier either, but now they are accessible by going through the archives.

To anyone unfamiliar with Trudi's website -

click on
then click on the hyperlink WinterSown at

In right column, click on Seed Lists and DataBase

The germination charts by zone will come up - these list plants and indicate Y or N as to whether or not germination by wintersowing was successful.

To anyone reading this, don't forget to email Trudi your successes and failures with wintersowing later on this year.


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