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How you too can save seed!!

If you plant open-pollinated seeds in your garden and you grow the vegetables or fruit or herbs, etc. to maturity you can save your own seed to plant in your garden or give away to others. This is an amazing way to keep local seed strong. Plants, over the years, adapt to their environment and when they do that they become stonger and more resilient. Perfect. If you are interested in saving your own seed and learning about Open-pollinated versus Hybrid, and Heirloom and treated or untreated seeds and so much more please click the link and check the literature from Seeds of Diversity!


https://seeds.ca/sw8/web/diversity/seed-saving


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