Hey guys, I figured there would be some good insight on this board about this subject. I currently live on a vast amount of farmland that's not in use anymore. This coming spring, me and the old lady plan on planting a small family garden. I've never planted an actual garden before (ie, carrots, corn, beans, etc...) I hear a lot of weird stuff on other boards/ radio so I guess my question is, and I apologize for being entirely ignorant on the subject, If I plant a garden with commercial seeds (Wallyworld seed packets), will they produce seeds for the next season on their own, or is this a one shot deal (ie I need seed reserves for further seasons). I know to some if not most of you, this is probably a stupid question, but once again, I have no experience and I'm trying to learn. I've grown many things in the past and know HOW to garden, I've just never made something I would want to sustain from season to season.