Open Pollinated Vegetable Seeds
Open Pollinated Vegetable Seeds are those that yield seed that is genetically true to type if appropriately separated from other variations in the same plant species. This indicates that the seed will produce a plant that is highly identical to its parent. The resultant seed is a hybrid if open pollinated types are permitted to cross within the same species. The ability to create own seed supply of an individual, is the most evident advantage of employing open pollinated seeds. Beans, peas, tomatoes, and lettuce are examples of self-pollinating crops that do not require much isolation for seed storing.
WE PRODUCE SEEDS ONLY FOR SOWING/PLANTING PURPOSE