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Michael Adam

I started growing the Crapaudine last year for the same reasons you gave above. The leaves and root are certainly not "improved" by today's standards, but both are delicious nonetheless. I left two of the plants to overwinter, because I wanted to try saving seeds. Something about saving the seeds would make me feel like I was truly participating in this noble plant's heritage.

H. Mark Delman

Hi Michael. I save tomato and pepper seeds because its so easy to do. I really hadnt thought about beets, but youve inspired me to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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