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Discussion Board - Re: Bloody butcher corn seed

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dboll

11-08-2012 05:30:32
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Could someone please explain why they would want to plant open polinated corn?




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Kelley Wilkinson

11-10-2012 15:00:49
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 Re: Bloody butcher corn seed in reply to dboll, 11-08-2012 05:30:32  
We plant open pollinated corn so that we can selectively save our own seed. We save for the traits we wish, such as earlier, bigger, better insect resistance, and each year it gets better and better. It becomes accustomed to your location and adapts better. Also it is getting harder and harder to find seed commercially that isn't contaminated with GMO's. A very good reason to save your own seed. Hybrids will usually only perform well for one year. so you can't save seed.

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Sid

11-08-2012 06:41:21
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 Re: Bloody butcher corn seed in reply to dboll, 11-08-2012 05:30:32  
Some of us for many different reasons want to keep in touch with our past and do things the old way. Just because we want to and just because we can is reason enough.



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Jugum

11-09-2012 05:18:19
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 Re: Bloody butcher corn seed in reply to Sid, 11-08-2012 06:41:21  
Great answer Sid . Could not or would not have been so gracious with the response that was forming in my own head. I may use your answer when questioned about using 70 year old tractors to do field work. Really, it was a classy answer.

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