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No I am not suggesting anything. I cannot tell you why some things can be labeled as non-GMO and others cannot. That is a good question for someone who is more versed in the whole labeling laws and so forth.
Are you suggesting there is a reliable testing method for seeds, but none for foods?
I have no clue. Maybe it was a hybrid basil or something?
If what you say is correct then I would like to ask why my children's basil did not self seed?
We purchased a children's growing pack of seeds, in this pack was tomato, basil and capsicum seeds. We planted the basil and capsicums, no capsicums came to be but the basil did wonderfully. Here in Aus we have just come through Winter & a friend of mines basil self seeded so I left our basil to do the same. She had new sprouts showing just a few weeks into Winter (she also only lives a few streets from our house) & I have just pulled ours out as it just went black & died. We had lots of flowers on ours. So were are the seeds?
This makes me think that the seeds were in there, they were just too tiny to see. Basil seeds are a little bit larger than a grain of sand.
We had lots of flowers on ours. So were are the seeds?
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Your comment has absolutely nothing to do with the post. Did you read it? It's about seeds for the home gardener.