Vegetable rating guide

Write vegetable names here

  1. Average to low potential yield
  2. Asparagus, Brussels sprout, carrot, chicory, eggplant, endive, kohlrabi, leek, lima bean, onion, pepper, white potato +3
  3. Caulitlower, muskmelon, sweet potato, pumpkin, watermelon +2
  4. Globe artichoke, mung bean, corn, peanut, black-eyed pea, sweet pea, soybean, spinach +1
  5. Subtotal

Add plus points and subtract minus points. Divide the remaining points by two and enter the results here.

V. Personal preferences

Select only one point value.

A, Positive factors

  1. You are curious about growing it +1
  2. You like eating it and want to try growing it +2
  3. You like it enough to go to a lot of trouble to grow it. +3
  4. Negative factors
  5. You are not particularly enthusiastic about either growing or eating it -1
  6. No one in the family will eat it -2
  7. No one in the neighborhood will eat it -3
  8. Analysis

Total your points for parts IV and V to find the rating for your vegetable as it could be grown in your area. If the rating is 5 or more, the vegetable is a good prospect. If the rating is 3 or 4, you might give it a try. If the rating is 2 or less, why bother?

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