Update on OcaBreeders

It’s nice to see that there are still people interested in crop diversity and breeding new varieties. Unfortunately the Guild has been on hiatus for a while now and we’re not able to supply tubers or seed. Where we can we will help with advice but until we’ve renewed our stocks we won’t be offering… Continue reading Update on OcaBreeders

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A word about the science

A word about the science This may seem a little obvious but it doesn’t hurt to revisit our basic precepts from time to time and it may be helpful for our new members. The primary objective of The Guild of Ocabreeders is to discover a genetic variation of Oxalis tuberosa that permits the plants to… Continue reading A word about the science

Breeding my first Oca variety

Alison Tindale is a blogger and plant breeder, running a small nursery, Backyard Larder, where she propagates and sells perennial vegetables for forest and permaculture gardens. She’s been with the Guild since the beginning, growing Ocabreeder’s tubers and creating her own varieties for the project. She wrote this guest blog to explain how her first new oca… Continue reading Breeding my first Oca variety

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A new day, a new blog!

This blog will carry various types of posting, from news about the Ocabreeders to advice on vegetable growing to articles on plant breeding. Anything goes!

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