Fw: Fwd: opinion piece on seed vendors

Colleen silkie@frontiernet.net
Wed, 06 Mar 2013 05:33:43 PST
Personally I see the piece as similar to discussions on this list about the
native habitat of plants.  Wet/dry summers, etc.  Only in this case the
writer is also concerned with how the seed was raised relative to inputs.
Perhaps one might call it a pampered versus rugged seed.  Evidentially the
writer's needs/wants are not the same as yours.  

NE California where a snow storm is blowing in

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I don't agree.  For one thing to growseed which is of plants which grow well
in that areais a suggestion. This article is about bulk growing of seed,
this would not apply to our seed growing from our own bulbs.  It all depends
on how one reads the article.

Now I'llwait to get shot down in flames.......


Ina Crossley
Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10

On 6/03/2013 7:47 p.m., Nathan Lange wrote:
> This opinion piece is just another boring mix of anti-GMO rants and 
> fear mongering "organic" propaganda.  There is nothing in this article 
> of any horticultural merit.
> Nathan
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