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Local variety seeds way of the future

Thursday 16 August 2018 | Published in Environment

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Local variety seeds way of the future
A group of farmers watch as Mani Mua explains the art of saving open pollinated seed. This process will see the return of strong local crops and will provide many benefits for the local community. 18081404

Saving seeds from traditional non-hybrid plants is the only way forward, environmentally, financially and for the health of the nation, says Fijian-based Ministry of Agriculture seed researcher and plant health field consultant Mani Mua.

Saving seeds from traditional non-hybrid plants is the only way forward, environmentally, financially and for the health of the nation, says Fijian-based Ministry of Agriculture seed researcher and plant health field consultant Mani Mua.


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