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I became impassioned about breaking through the rhetoric that seed production should be left for the experts and felt strongly that we should be producing more of our own seed.
I would urge the gardeners amongst you to resist the eugenic rush for genetic uniformity, embrace diversity, and keep the open-pollinated varieties alive.
Heirloom seeds collected by families over time are a gift from the past to the future and help preserve biodiversity – here’s why and how to save your own.
From DIY seed bombs to den making or ‘fairy gardens’ – explore nature with children over summer with these top five activity ideas.
March is the time to start sowing for the next season; this month's GYO gardening column offers some tips for success and traps to avoid to ensure your seeds have the best start.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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