An inner-city African-American child holds pepper plant seeds in her hand.

By September 4, 2017Articles

An inner-city African-American child holds pepper plant seeds in her hand.

By Bonnie L. Grant Most organic plant life starts out as a seed. What is a seed? It is technically described as a ripened ovule, but it is so much more than that. Seeds house an embryo, the new plant, nourish and protect it. All types of seeds fulfill this purpose, but what do seeds do for us outside of growing new plants? Seeds may be used as food for humans or animals, spices, beverages and are even used as industrial products. Not all seeds fill all of these needs and, in fact, some are poisonous. What is a Seed? Plant life starts with seeds unless the plant reproduces by spores or vegetatively. Where do seeds come from? They are the byproduct of a flower or flower-like structure. Sometimes seeds are encased in fruits, but not always. Seeds are the primary method of propagation in most plant families. The seed

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