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Grow non-GMO Lettuce from old Lettuce

With the rise in peoples awareness and dissatisfaction with GMO crops, many are turning to the old methods, and insisting on heirloom varieties. In this video below we let a lettuce plant bolt, and use its seeds to make 1,000 lettuces. At this time, so many people harbor a distrust in large corporations and their so called seed patents, that seemingly mostly only benefit their shareholders.

Of course their is benefits from making disease resistant varieties, but for hundreds of years this was done without genetically modifying the plant in question. Thankfully there is a huge resurgence in free thinkers who believe that by continuing to use heirloom seeds, they will make a huge difference for future generations. So much so, there is now a huge market for seed vaults or personal seed banks