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Seeds, what’s the difference?
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Now that the snow is gone, or almost ,our thoughts will be turning outdoors. More specifically to the gardens. There is no shortage of skills to learn or knowledge to be gained when it comes to growing your own food. We have to think about soil and amendments, water and storage for irrigation, mulches, hugel beds, etc. but how about spending some time thinking about your seeds. We have all heard that we need to have heirloom, or open pollinated seeds, but why? What is the difference between hybrid and GMO? Are they both bad for us? 

This week on The Prepared Canadian I’ll explain the differences, as well as the similarities between seed types. Of course, we should all be concerned about GMO plants, but it may surprise you that the home gardener doesn’t have to worry too much about them…well, not for the reasons you may think anyways. Also, hybrid seeds aren’t all that bad, and do have a place in prepping, especially for the new gardener.

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