The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

It’s mid-winter here in Potter County, Pennsylvania. And, if you’re like us you have been looking through the seed catalogs to plan next season’s gardens. There’s something important that we all need to do!

We Promise Keep Monsanto Out of Our Soil

Keep Monsanto Out Of The Soil

Stop Monsanto’s Quest for World Seed Domination and Buy Organic or Heirloom Seeds Without Supporting Monsanto.

  1. Avoid buying from the seed companies affiliated with Monsanto. Here’s a list of these seed companies: THE BAD
  2. Buy from this list of companies Monsanto HASN’T bought and are not affiliated or do business with Seminis: THE GOOD
  3. Avoid certain heirloom varieties because Monsanto now apparently owns the names. This article lists the seed varieties to avoid: THE UGLY
  4. Ask seed companies if they have taken the Safe Seed Pledge.  Here’s a list of companies that have done so: MORE OF THE GOOD

Source: The Four Steps Required to Keep Monsanto OUT of Your Gardenby Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist on January 23, 2013

We have listed some of our favorite seed companies:

Johnny’s Selected Seeds
955 Benton Avenue
Winslow, ME 04901
Tel: 207-861-3900
Fax: 800-738-6314

The Maine Potato Lady
PO Box 65
Guilford, ME 04443
Tel: 207-343-2270

Wood Prairie Farm Organic Seed Potatoes
49 Kinney Rd
Bridgewater, ME 04735
Tel: 800-829-9765
Fax: 800-300-6494

High Mowing Organic Seeds
76 Quarry Road
Wolcott, VT 05680
Tel:  802-472-6174
Fax:  802-472-3201

We Promise To Keep Monsanto Out of Our Soil


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