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Wis. libraries allow patrons to share seeds

9:05 AM, Aug. 12, 2013
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A handful of libraries across the state now allow residents to share seeds, and other libraries are studying the results to decide whether they should do the same.

The program allows patrons to take home heirloom seeds, plant them in their gardens and then return to the library at the end of the season with seeds generated from the original plants, the Wisconsin State Journal reported (http://bit.ly/1eCrUXt ).

The La Crosse Public Library began a seed program in February following a year of research and planning, spokeswoman Kelly Becker said. The program has proven ...

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