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FAQ > General Information > How Can I Prevent Unwanted Cross Pollination of my Plants?

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Plants of the same species can cross pollinate resulting in the loss of certain traits including color, texture, sweetness and flavor. Here are four ways to prevent cross pollination:

  1. Use a physical barrier to separate or cover plants
  2. Space different varieties far apart
  3. Grow varieties that flower at different times
  4. Plant only one variety of a plant per season

Last updated on November 27, 2011 by Matthew Kokenes