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open pollinated seeds initiative

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i thought people here would be interested in this UK initiative aimed at promoting open pollinated seeds and produce grown from it as opposed to corporate control of seeds.

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a good way to bring awareness to this important topic..
I have noticed a new logo in some of the seed catalogs but some catalogs are still not doing a very good job of making the information readily available in their descriptions..which is so disappointing.

I already have my plant and seed order in for 2013, and have a lot of seeds saved from 2012 for this year's planting, but still can't help but look and want to buy more..and am hoping a lot of my roots are surviving out there for seeds for this year..at least we have some snow covering them this year.

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