European Plant Breeding Forum

February 9, 2014 · Filed Under Seed Network, Seed Saving, Seeds 

A new plant breeding forum has started in Europe.  This is intended to be a European version of the Homegrown Goodness forum in the US.  Are you interested in plant breeding and seed saving from a European perspective?  Stop by, register and introduce yourself!


5 Responses to “European Plant Breeding Forum”

  1. dirty harry on February 20th, 2014 23:21

    Hi Pat. who is behind this site? looks suspiciously like a soul-less corporate setup forum rather than an actual grower whose heart is in the subject?!

  2. Patrick on February 21st, 2014 11:14

    Hi DH, you know as much as I do. What makes you so suspicious?

    Running a forum is a lot of work. As far as I’m concerned, if someone else is willing to do it and the discussions are useful, that’s enough for me.

  3. Ben on March 24th, 2014 23:10

    Hi DH,

    I am a student plant breeding, and I am the person who made the website, I made it in my own time and host it on my own costs without advertisments, my passion is breeding landraces and genetic diversity, I wanted a clean forum without too much distraction, and I simply dont have too much time to make it into something fancy thats why it looks the way it looks, if you have any suggestions you can always leave a message on the forum :-) and I can see if I can change it in my free time

  4. Mike on December 5th, 2014 12:31

    Sadly it seems to have been overrun by spambots (Dec2014).

  5. Nicolas on December 7th, 2014 17:46

    Talking about plant breeding forum, we have a lot of fun here :

    The other board seems plagged by spam for at least some monthes :(


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