5829Re:Store Bought Seed vs Other Seed
- Nov 13, 2006Ty,
If you are willing to order by mail, you have dozens of choices.
"Seed Saving Resources"
"Seed Savers Exchange"
Assuming you are in the USA, there is probably a Whole Foods store
somewhere nearby. They usually have a display rack with Seeds of
Change, and sometimes, other labels that are non-hybrid in origin.
Inside Passage Seeds and Native Plant Services
Forest Shomer, owner
Port Townsend, WA, USA
>Sun Nov 12, 2006 2:52 pm (PST)--
>Im starting a small natural farm in a relatives back yard. Im going to
>try various techniques based on the Fukuoka method. I have no
>expectations except to learn and have fun.
>but I was wondering about seed? There are many seed types sold in
>stores, but Im not sure if those have been engineered or altered in
>some way? Most of the brands we have here are made by the Burpee
>brand. Is it OK to use this seed? (i.e.- will it be a strong fertile
>plant?) or if not, is there a place to get more natural seeds that are
>any help is appreciated, thanks!
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>