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"Everything," Good writes, "starts with a seed." But not all seeds are created equal.Indeed, though seeds are a valuable commodity—one that is patented and safeguarded—there is nothing more valuable than a vernacular seed, cultivated in the wild, that has adapted to challenges over many generations.
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