Friday, 15 September 2017 00:00

#SeedSpotting Scavenger Hunt - It's Time to Put Your Seed Skills to the Test!

It's time to put your #SeedSpotting skills to the test for a chance to win!

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The above image contains three different types of seed. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to match the seed to the food it grows. Snap and share a picture of your successful match for the chance to win a prize (seed related, of course)!

HOW TO ENTER THE CONTEST*

button - numbers1 Identify one, two or all three types of seed in the above image (scroll down to see larger versions)

 

button - numbers2 Find the food it grows into - any variety works, as long as it's the same kind of fruit or veggie - and snap a photo or photos

 

button - numbers3 Share it to our Facebook page 

 

button - numbers4 OR share it to Instagram or Twitter and tag @USCCanada

 

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 Tag a friend with the photo you submit and get a bonus entry for each person tagged 

 

For every right answer you share you'll get an entry into a draw to win one of three seedy prizes (below): a seed bank starter, a Good Seed Good Food hat, or a diversity garden kit - your choice.

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Make sure you enter by 11:59 PM on October 1. The draw will take place October 2!

Here are the seeds close up

Seed one

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Seed two

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Seed three

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P.S. Stumped? Ask a farmer :)


* Contest is only open to Canadian residents. Sorry!

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5 comments

  • Comment Link Harold Steves Wednesday, 20 September 2017 05:22 posted by Harold Steves

    Yup, we are harvesting all three this week. However we don't grow red (strawberry?) popcorn

  • Comment Link Rebecca McKenzie Saturday, 16 September 2017 19:30 posted by Rebecca McKenzie

    Tomato, corn, beans. Will post photos once I get back from my allotment garden!

  • Comment Link Charles Saturday, 16 September 2017 15:17 posted by Charles

    generic common names left to right tomato, corn, bean me thinks. The one on the left , tomato may be a related fruit (vegetable) seed as the pubescence is more than I have noted on the tomatoes I am familiar with. Sorry I'm not up to the complication or time of making an entry demanded by the competition rules. Hope you have lots of entries. Thanks

  • Comment Link K J Gray Saturday, 16 September 2017 00:07 posted by K J Gray

    I'm never going to have time to take pics and enter, but ID for those seeds is pretty easy. First one, tomato. Second is corn, looks very much like red popcorn. Third one shows black beans.

  • Comment Link Pierre Laporte Friday, 15 September 2017 21:35 posted by Pierre Laporte

    The first one, I think, is a tomate seeds, the second one is a corn seeds and the third one is a bean seeds. Should I give you the variety to? Because this I cannot tell.
    Thank you

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