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Selecting Seeds: Heirloom vs Organic vs Hybrid vs GMO


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There seems to be a confusing, among many, about what the difference is between Heirloom, Organic, Hybrid and GMO seeds.

It is understandable that it is confusing. After all, every seed company wants your business and it eager to get your business. They take advantage of ignorance and place “Non-GMO” on seeds that don’t even have Genetically Modified counterparts. Why? Because if they don’t then a person might presume that it IS GMO and not buy it. Terrible, but true.

So how do you know that you are buying a seed that is compliance with your own personal beliefs? Take a look at the video for the explanation between the differences of Heirloom, Organic, Hybrid and GMO seeds.

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  1. Most informative video I have seen regarding my questions about heirlooms.

    I am looking to tinker with a few strains and i was wondering the chances
    of a hybrid tomato like my indigo rose crossing successfully with a
    heirloom black krim.
    would the results be completely random?

  2. do you know if I can regrow PINK BERKELEY TIE-DYE if I save the seed?

    thank you