Alright! You’ve finished entering reviews, adding photos, comments, and have completed your collaborative variety trial. Now you’re done being on SeedLinked until the next growing season. Not so quick! There are many benefits of staying engaged on SeedLinked. The primary reason is access to trial results to help better inform your seed choices for the next growing season.
Hooray! The SeedLinked Community Feed is now live on our web platform and mobile apps (Apple Store and Google Play). We invite you to login and make a post today! This brand new SeedLinked feature is a culmination of years of work to help connect the dots between the Seed Explorer and Track tab on our platform.
For every trial and planting you review on SeedLinked, we ask you to add four distinct types of dates: planting date, transplant date (if applicable), first harvest date, and last harvest date. You may find yourself saying, “That is a lot of dates! Why are there so many? And why are adding them to trials and plantings useful?”
Find out why and check out our tutorial on how to add dates to any trial or planting on the web platform or mobile app.
Have you ever wanted to add your favorite variety to a tomato trial you’re part of? You are in luck! You can now add a check variety to any trial or planting you are involved in on SeedLinked.
Check out this tutorial that takes you through the process on the SeedLinked web-based platform and the app.
Did you know that you can review what you are growing in your garden or on your farm on SeedLinked?
In fact, when you review what you are growing on SeedLinked, you are helping other gardeners and farmers find the right seed for their growing conditions. Every rating you add on our platform powers our Seed Explorer and helps others learn from your experience and expertise.
Learn how to get started reviewing your garden with our step-by-step tutorials.