how many of you use your own seeds over and over again and have seed
dating back generations? and if so what? as so much of the things grow
are homogenized and we are losing many natural gene varieties of man
plants, especially fruits and vegetables. biodiversity international i
a recent article and a conference have said that
"there is a different kind of agriculture that is taking place i
people’s back yards, one that allows crop diversity to thrive and t
evolve,” he said. In fact, it is thanks to the efforts of Europe’
gardeners and small farmers that many rare varieties of well-know
crops such as beans, celery, cabbage, lettuce, and tomatoes continue t
oh wow they must taste good much better than some of the varietie
bought in the shops.
my mum kept throwing out the potato peelings s for years and we now ge
different varieties of potatoes and most with some of fruit looks lik
an apple and i have dried it this year to see if it is a sort of see
and gives anything.
we received seeds for long white radish from an aunt who has bee
growing them for years so will try them out in the garden this year an
hopefully it will grow
the seedsavers site looks really interesting thank yo
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