Whole Systems Seed – Breeding and Adaptation for Resiliency
Thoughtful selection, breeding and adaptation of our vegetable cultivars can enable plants to adapt to climate, disease, drought, pests and other environmental stresses. Commercially available varieties are often grown in overly controlled, input subsidized scenarios. Designing whole systems seed systems begins with fostering good resilient genetics through traditional plant breeding and then ripples outward through education, mentoring, distribution and activism resulting in genuine seed stewardship.
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