01 May 2017 |

Saving Seed

Written by CSU Hort Agents
Written by Yvette Henson CSU Extension San Miguel and West Montrose Counties When our ancestors came to the U.S., the often brought seeds with them, seeds from home.  These seeds were important because they were a source of food—often the seeds they brought were of plants that were a culturally important food, a medicine or a favorite door yard flower. These seeds planted something from
Written by Yvette Henson CSU Extension San Miguel and West Montrose Counties When our ancestors came to the U.S., the often brought seeds with them, seeds from home.  These seeds were important because they were a source of food—often the seeds they brought were of plants that were a culturally important food, a medicine or a favorite door yard flower.  These seeds planted something from

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