Heirloom Seed Over Hybrid Seeds
March 22, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin
There are basically two types of seed:
-open-pollinated (pollinated naturally in the wild)
When you plant open-pollinated seeds and save the seeds from that crop, the next generation is going to be like the one before. When a seed regenerates over and over for many years and remains unchanged, or stabilized, it’s then called an “heirloom” variety.
Here’s why you should consider heirloom seed…