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Seed Savour: An Eco-Friendly Kit For Growing and Sharing Heirloom Seeds
Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On January 17, 2013 @ 4:06 pm In Botanical,Green Products,Urban farming | 2 Comments
There are over 7,500 tomato species in the world, yet most people only buy and eat what the local supermarket has to offer — which isn’t much at all. To address this issue, Sebastiaan Sennema (Studio Harvest ) created the Seed Savour – an eco-friendly starter kit for growing your own food , supporting biodiversity, and sharing seeds with other people.
Seed Savour was Sebastiaan Sennema’s final project during his time at the renowned Design Academy of Eindhoven . It consists of a coconut seedling tray, a bamboo spade, organic compressed soil and a screw-on head that turns any PET bottle into a watering can. The kit also comes with Heirloom seeds for growing unique veggies that support food independence.
+ Studio Harvest 
Photo © Sebastiaan Sennema
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 Studio Harvest: http://www.studioharvest.com/
 food: http://inhabitat.com/jihyun-ryou-charming-art-objects-save-food-from-the-fridge/
 Design Academy of Eindhoven: http://inhabitat.com/design-academy-of-eindhoven-students-show-off-their-newly-minted-chops-at-their-masters-graduation-show/
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