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How long have seeds been organic?

publication date: Mar 1, 2001
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Have you noticed the raft of new “catalogs for the organic grower” arriving courtesy of your subscription lists? Expect more. By 2004, organic crops sold in Europe will have to be grown with organically produced seed. Realizing organics are no longer a fringe market, the mainstream European seed companies have all sprouted “organic divisions” to supply the demand.



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