California Spring Trials 2013 Preview: New Edibles Introductions

Greenhouse Grower March 2013 Spring Trials Sneak Preview Issue

Spring Trials is one of the most highly anticipated events in our industry. If you’re planning to travel to California in April, enjoy this sneak preview of just a few of the new plants you will see. If you can’t make it this year, take an armchair tour of some of the best of the new edible varieties being introduced in 2013.

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