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    1. Danielle @Wholefully

      Hi, Michelle! That’s actually not something you need to worry about it, as cross-pollination between different varieties of nightshades is rare. But even if they do cross-pollinate, it would only affect the second generation (or fruit grown from the seeds of what you harvest). So unless you’re seed saving, it’s not something to be concerned about. And even if you are seed saving, it’s so rare that it’s still likely not a concern. Good news for salsa gardens everywhere!

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