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Save the Heirlooms! (And a Giveaway)

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When our grandparents were busy plowing the fields and hoeing the gardens, they were likely growing plants from seeds that were saved from year to year. They saved the seeds from the best plants each season and each year the results...

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Keeping genetic diversity in plants isn't just an issue for gardeners. Foodies and chefs have a stake in it as well. By growing and eating endangered foods they can help keep genetic diversity alive for future generations.

DIY: How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds for Annual Growing

Lifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat

So you've grown that perfect heirloom tomato in your garden, or you've bought a tomato at the farmer's market that you absolutely must grow. Why not save tomato seeds from those perfect tomatoes, so you can grow them again next year...

Save America's Oldest Seed Company

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Landreth Seed company was founded in 1784, and has provided farmers and gardeners with a wide range of heirloom seeds for many generations. As GMO seeds become more prevalent, it becomes more difficult for heirloom varieties to live...


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