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Agastache x hybrida ‘Arizona Sandstone’

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Agrostemma githago ‘Milas Snow Queen’

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Amaranthus hypochondriacus ‘Pygmy Torch’

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Antirrhinum majus ‘Brighton Rock’

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Antirrhinum majus ‘Chantilly Light Salmon’ F1

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Antirrhinum majus ‘Chantilly Velvet’ F1

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Antirrhinum majus ‘Madame Butterfly Mixed’ F1

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Aubergine ‘Clara’ F1

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Avenue of Sweet Peas Collection

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Beet Leaves ‘Bull’s Blood’ (Beetroot)

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Borage Collection

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Borage White

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Broccoli ‘Brokali Apollo’ F1

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Broccoli ‘Green Sprouting’

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Broccoli (Calabrese) ‘Ramoso’

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Brussels Sprout ‘Igor’ F1

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Cabbage (Savoy) ‘Bloemendaalse Gele’

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Callistephus chinensis ‘Tower Chamois’

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Campanula poscharskyana

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Cashmere Jersey Collection

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Cauliflower ‘Flora Blanca’

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Centaurea cyanus ‘Classic Magic’

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How gardeners are reclaiming agriculture from industry, one seed at a time

Tons of acorns? It must be a mast year

Emily Moran, University of California, Merced

7 unexpected things that libraries offer besides books

Mila Gascó-Hernández, University at Albany, State University of New York

Why poor storage and handling are to blame for Uganda’s poor quality seed

Curious Kids: where did the first seed come from?

A sharing economy for plants: Seed libraries are sprouting up

Why it’s time to curb widespread use of neonicotinoid pesticides

More people went hungry in Africa in 2017. But new initiatives also bore fruit

Esther Ndumi Ngumbi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Rwanda’s agricultural revolution is not the success it claims to be

Margot Leegwater, Université catholique de Louvain; An Ansoms, Université catholique de Louvain; Aymar Nyenyezi Bisoka, Université catholique de Louvain; Chris Huggins, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa; Giuseppe Cioffo, Université catholique de Louvain; Johanna Treidl, University of Cologne; Jude Murison, University of Antwerp; Julie Van Damme, Université catholique de Louvain; Neil Dawson, University of East Anglia, and Sam Desiere, KU Leuven

Seeds in space – how well can they survive harsh, non-Earth conditions?

Curious Kids: how can a tiny seed actually grow into a huge tree?

Cris Brack, Australian National University

Birdbath, food or water? How to attract your favourite birds to your garden

National parks are vital for protecting Australia’s endangered plants

Seeds under siege: it’s time to support traditional systems

How dung beetles are duped into rolling and burying seeds

Big cats play a bigger role in plant preservation than we knew before

José Hernán Sarasola, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa

Africa’s informal seed system needs to be brought in from the cold

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Emeritus Professor of Geological Sciences and Paleobotany, Indiana University

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