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I found the answer!

Simplified: If it grows true to the parent plant from seed, it's an heirloom. If the seeds don't consistently produce a plant like the parent, it's a hybrid. If it was gene-spliced in a lab, it's GMO.

http://gardening.about.com/od/vegetable1/f/Heirlooms.htm

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