Growing fruits and vegetables looks pretty easy, right? Poke a hole in the dirt, drop in a seed, add a little sunshine and water — and violà! But how do farmers grow veggies that don’t seem to have seeds, like cabbages and broccoli? We asked Annie Klodd, fruit and vegetable expert from University of Minnesota Extension, to help us find the answer.
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