With Heirloom seeds of course…Why use Non-Hybrid Seeds?

Simple. Nutritional and Genetic Integrity.

Many vegetables today lack nutrition from over-hybridization.

Recent tests are showing that many of the vegetables, grains and other produce you buy, INCLUDING ORGANIC PRODUCE, are nutrient-deficient. If you want to truly be in charge of your nutritional intake, you must home garden or connect with local farmers who do.

If you want the higher nutrition of original varieties you must use non-hybrids. For economic security and independence, growing your own food is becoming an economic necessity for many. Even those in cities are growing food on their balconies and rooftops and in suburban backyards.

Imagine, this can become known as the year america returns to home gardening like the Victory Gardens of WWII.

Gardening has always been used as a way of defending against the hostile adversary of an economic downturn!

Securing the nation’s food supply against the “invasion” of GM (genetically modified) and over-hybridization of foods is coming down to the backyard garden. Yours and mines.

It is our duty to defend the genetic integrity of our food supply by growing, saving seeds and sharing seeds.

The future of the world’s food supply rests in non-hybrid seeds. The push toward hybridization and GM foods is becoming irreversible. Hybrid food sources are patented and “owned” by the patent-holders. It is, in fact, a form of patent-infringement to attempt to collect and plant seeds from many hybrid varieties.

Cross-Pollination along with the advancement of genetically modified plant varieties, the danger of cross-pollination with organic and non-hybrid varieties is not only possible, it is happening as you read this.

If it is possible for GM vegetables, grains and legumes to cross-pollinate with organic and non-hybrid varieties, then it’s possible for the food system to be altered uncontrollably and irreversibly.

What We Can Do?

Plant gardens now and store for the future. Plant as many original variety vegetables, fruits and grains as possible right now and store as many seeds as you can comfortably afford for your own protection, the protection of your family, neighbors, and community. Check out these sites for how to’s, seeds and other gardening products. and

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