What Happened To The Seeds?

 

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Everything in nature reproduces itself. If it doesn’t have seeds, it is not natural…..

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What happened to the seeds in….

Grapes?

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“Obviously, the first seedless grapes were from a plant that arose through mutation – a genetic change – that meant that it didn’t have seeds, and, presumably, some grower noticed this. He or she would have taken a little shoot or a stem off the plant, put it in the ground, and a new plant – genetically identical to the seedless parent – would have grown.”– The Naked Scientists

“Non-organic growers use a product called giberellic acid to treat the grapes and ensure that no seeds at all will be found in the grapes.” — Soil Association

Oranges?

 

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“The navel orange is descended from a seedless orange tree found on a plantation in Brazil in the nineteenth century. This tree was a mutation, that is, something in its genetic material had spontaneously changed, resulting in this unique plant. ” –Angela Woodward

According to Angela, seedless oranges come from clones of this one mutated tree. Nature decided that this tree should not be reproduced; however, US farmers have been reproducing its cloned hybrids since 1872.

Watermelon?

 

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Seedless watermelons are a lot like mules – sterile hybrids formed by crossing genetically incompatible parents….But sometimes farmers treat some of their watermelons with colchicine, a chemical that allows chromosomes to duplicate but prevents them from splitting into two cells.”–mental_floss!

“Seedless watermelons are sterile, that is seedless, because they have three sets of chromosomes. This condition is called triploid.”  -Angela Woodward

Seedless fruit are chemical hybrids containing a high percentage of acids that cause cell deterioration. There have not been any studies linking the consumption of sterile fruit to infertility but I cannot help wondering about its effects. You know the cliché; “we are what we eat.”

Do you trust the validity of The Bible? If so, why do you think God was so specific about fruit yielding seeds?

“And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb yielding seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree which bears fruit yielding seed; to you it shall be for food; and it was so.” – Genesis 1:29

Sources:

WHERE DO SEEDLESS GRAPES COME FROM?

http://wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-are-seedless-fruits-made

HOW DO ORGANIC GROWERS PRODUCE SEEDLESS GRAPES?, Soil Association

http://www.soilassociation.org/frequentlyaskedquestions/yourquestion/articleid/2396/how-do-organic-growers-produce-seedless-grapes-without-using-gm-technology

SEEDLESS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, Angela Woodward

http://www.madehow.com/Volume-6/Seedless-Fruits-and-Vegetables.html#ixzz2iCXkN9m4

HOW CAN SEEDLESS FRUIT BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY?

http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/food/2011/03/how-can-seedless-fruit-be-fruitful-and-multiply/

WHERE DO SEEDLESS WATERMELONS COME FROM?

http://mentalfloss.com/article/31211/where-do-seedless-watermelons-come#ixzz2iCjwaRbT

4 Replies to “What Happened To The Seeds?”

  1. I’m almost speechless and and ashame that man would tamper with nature in this manner. And the possibility that it could be harmful in doing so. But my question would be ‘when does it ends’ or ‘where does it ends’? Because itvis obvious that the hidden agenda is that man wants to be like GOD. And to eventually make or developed some kind of a human being. Stephanie Cannon

    • Hi Stephanie:)

      I wish I knew the answer to that question. However, I have faith that somehow these practices will disappear and/or we will always have the option of eating all natural, GMO free food.

  2. I know money & control is two reasons why they make seedless fruit. They don’t want you to buy from them once then plant seeds from the fruit you bought. (Depending on what type of fruit and geography) The seller will never see you again. lol

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