Chartrand, Nicole
October 2010
Canadian Organic Grower;Fall2010, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p12
The article features Greta's Organic Gardens operated by Greta Kryger in Ottawa, Ontario. It mentions that the seeds came from federal government funded research on Canadian varieties of common fruits and vegetables bred at the research station at Ste-Hyacinthe. Greta's 15-year seed collection boasts at least 500 different vegetable, fruit, and flower varieties. It describes Greta's background and how she started her garden business. It details her garden techniques such as drip irrigation and her use of landscape fabric instead of staking tomatoes.


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