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By Panman
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#390375
For those of you who are new (and those that aren't), it would be helpful if you could update your profile with your location or at least your USDA zone. That would help when reading your posts to have an idea of what your growing conditions are like. To update it, click on your picture in the top right corner and select control panel.
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Then, click on the profile tab
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Finally scroll down and update the location
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Don't forget to click submit when you are done.
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By Panman
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Only if you want to. I put Atlanta because it is the general area. I understand that some people don't want to share their location which is why I suggested the hardiness zone.
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By Cross
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Good suggestion. I have to check mine.

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By Panman
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In an effort to be more user friendly, here are some charts that will help you determine your zone. They are from the Wikipedia page at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardiness_zone

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