Thursday, January 28, 2010

Question for the day


If a plant grows from seed (tomato, watermelon, etc.) how do they grow seedless ones? I was just looking at Burpee Seeds online and noticed they have a new seedless tomato. How can they sell me seed for a seedless plant?  I know it is done but it seems like you would get one crop of "seedless" and be out of business. Where is the next crop going to come from?? What next, seedless avocado?



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2 comments:

Susan J. Berger said...

I want to know the answer! How can they possibly sell you that? It does not make sense.

Shari Lyle-Soffe said...

I have always been puzzled by that.

Shari