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  • n. Plural form of seedbank.


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  • Doubtless these villains will have the hourly-changing codes on the underground food-stores, to ensure thereby the necessity of their own survival, and on the seedbanks for such time as the emergency is over, which will give them leverage in the re-institution and - infliction of their fiction of finance, bribery, politics, media, central banks and all.

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  • The breeding of medicinal-plant cultivars with desirable agronomic and therapeutic chemical derivatives makes it possible to conserve and selectively utilize highly valuable in-situ germplasm, and ex-situ germplasm in botanic gardens, and in field seedbanks.

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  • The purpose of the Community Seedbank Kit is to help private volunteer agencies develop community seedbanks to collect, preserve and assure easy community availability of seeds of crops in their region before further

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  • They are encouraged to help with planting, and tree nurseries and seedbanks have been sent up in communities and schools.

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  • Along with some other experts, Dr Hawtin believes that maintaining the maximum level of genetic diversity in crops and seedbanks is a good insurance policy, providing options for developing future strains.

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  • Two samples -- think of them as copies -- go into seedbanks where they are conserved and made available to plant breeders and researchers.

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  • As we build up the range of samples in the seedbanks, we have to build an endowment at the Trust to make sure this conservation system does its job year after year, or at least as long as we need agriculture and food on our plates.

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