Archive for the ‘Open Source Seed Initiative’ Category

Seeds, Law and Identity: Conserving Biodiversity

Seeds, Law and Identity: Conserving Biodiversity

  Stephens Land and Cattle, an OSGATA member farm located in Allsion, Kansas, annually plants around 200 acres of ‘Turkey Red’ wheat- accounting for the ”largest planting in decades” of  this heirloom grain that spanned 9.2 million acres of Kansas farmland in 1919. ‘Turkey’ is a landrace cultivar: it adapts to the bioregion

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Preserving Seeds for the Commons

Preserving Seeds for the Commons

  Preserving Seeds for the Commons By Guest Blogger, Lyn Howe, Beach Road Farm, HI       Presently over 75% of proprietary seeds are owned by 10 companies, but a new Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI), introduced by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, seeks to provide an alternative to this

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