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My experience with seeds is not much, but I want to tell you a story that helped me to know the importance of knowing and caring for the seeds that we plant. One day our neighbor, Mari Carmen, came to our house, offered us five tomato plants and told us that they were native to the area and that we planted them in large pots on the front of the house, as it is the warmest place in the orchard. In Asturias it is not easy to grow organic tomatoes, because the weather forces you to have them in a greenhouse. Well, we planted the tomatoes of Mari Carmen and also planted in the greenhouse Asturian tomatoes (from another area) and Zamora’s tomatoes. During their growth, the tomatoes of the greenhouse suffered a serious illness from which they were able to recover, whereas the plants of Mari Carmen, they grew and gave their fruit healthy and saved. At the end we had a good harvest of tomatoes, but of all those tomatoes, there was one that became part of my gustatory memory, was one of the tomatoes of Mari Carmen.

Since the beginning of the idea of producing a documentary about urban gardens, we have been recording and compiling projects, until we have realized that we have material, interesting enough, to start the edition phase. But before that, with all that footage, we want to edit a first trailer of La Huerta de la Esquina, The Veggie Garden Corner, with which we intend to give an idea of what the documentary will show. From that trailer, we will start working on the crowdfunding campaign, which will help us to continue recording projects to complete the documentary.

Health for all.