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Seed industry consolidates again and again

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Seed companies consolidate. Heirloom seed dropped in favor of higher profit for hybrids and transgenics.

WHERE to plant an Heirloom Garden

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In planning your heirloom vegetable garden, you will need to decide where to place the garden. You will need to consider things like how much sunlight the space gets, how close and convenient it is to the house, and the quality of the soil.

Growing an Heirloom Garden on very little land

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How much land do you need to grow an heirloom garden? Not a whole lot. A little space can produce alot of food provided you use it wisely. Water when necessary. Don’t plant too close

Choose non-GMO foods

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GMO’s have many side effects and long lasting troubles. Heirloom seeds are by far the better choice.

Heirloom Seed Company and small food companies bought out

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Heirloom Seed Company and small food companies bought out

Hash Browns from Sweet Potatoes

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Hash Browns from Sweet Potatoes

Saving Heirloom Vegetable seeds

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Each year we lose more heirloom varieties of vegetables, flowers, fruit trees, and other crops. Hybrid seeds are much more profitable to the producers.

Heirloom Broccoli in a Puff recipie

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We like heads of heirloom broccoli prepared in many different ways. We steam it and add a little butter. We steam it and serve with dill sauce or with a green sauce made with leeks. We make a cream of broccoli soup.

Heirlooms or GMO’s- the choice is yours!

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You can either grow your own heirloom vegetables or eat genetically modified food. Aspartame, flouride, mercury, and a host of other toxic chemicals are laced into the food supply.

Heirloom Seed Sources Continue to Shrink

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Sources for heirloom seeds contiue to shrink. Each year more small seed companies are bought out by the large conglomerates. It tends to be the small local seed company that specializes in seeds for that particular area. When the large company buys them, they are no longer interested in preserving genetic diversity or serving the local area’s gardening needs

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