For years 17 years since I learned gardening, I've saved seeds for planting. A friend had introduced me to a family business called Eden Seeds. They sell organic non-GMO seeds where I could buy them by bulk. I read up about about Monsanto--glyphosates--RoundUp--BigAgriculture, and the like. That's how I got into growing some of our own veggies. Although, we couldn't stop the bugs and insects visit our gardens, but at least, if the plants are safe for the bugs to eat, the veggies and fruit should be safe for human consumption. In Spring, bull ants come out--they feed on green caterpillars. So, bull ants are welcome visitors to the small Brasiccas. My children caught the ants to put them in to the gardens. A blue-toungued lizzard is welcome to eat the slugs and snails, as well. Ladybugs feast on aphids that infest the roses, late broccoli plants and cabbages. Saving seeds from their purest origin reaped benefits. Still keeping them in cool storage.