A Frankenstein Tomato

While I am waiting for my own tomatoes to grow, I still have to buy them from the super market.  The strangest thing happened when I cut this one in half.  It had no pulp!!  I had just cut it in half….Who scooped out the pulp?…Needless to say …I was so shocked by this that […]

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GMO Seeds – A Case for Homesteading

GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) seem to be everywhere these days and increasing. They are hidden in foods you wouldn’t have even thought of. GMO seeds are not available for purchase at your typical home goods stores. They are available only for commercial farmers at this time. For those of us who are really concerned about […]

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Heirloom, Hybrid and GMO

An heirloom plant comes from seeds that have been passed down from generation to generation.  These seeds are open-pollinated which means that they rely on natural pollination from insects. Did you know that in the supermarket you have mostly hybrid fruit and vegetables? They are meant to be produced in high volume with the same […]

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