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Seeds and the Future of Life

I remember after every harvest my peasant father saved enough wheat and barley for the next sowing season. But since I left my village in Greece in 1961, things have turned upside down. Peasants barely survive. Their seeds are also disappearing. Hundreds of Greek varieties of the life-giving wheat, rye and barley are lost. Rodakina (peaches), like the breasts of Aphrodite, are gone.
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