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Select the best fruit. Scoop out the seeds & membrane. Place in mason jar & top with water. Cover & label. Set in warm place for 2-7 days. Wait for the solution to ferment/mould - the seeds should sink to the bottom. Pour off the ferment, rinse the seeds. Dry in warm place a few days. Place in storage envelope, store in cool dry place til required. Toooo easy!
How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds Select the best fruit. Scoop out the seeds & membrane. Place in mason jar & top with water. Cover & label. Set in warm place for 2-7 days. Wait for the mold - the seeds should sink to the bottom. Pour off the ferment, rinse the seeds. Dry in warm place a few days. Place in storage envelope, store in cool dry place til required. Toooo easy!
Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds - Garden Therapy
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DIY Seed Starting Mix Recipes :: Five Little Homesteaders
Seed Starting Mix Recipe - Five Little Homesteaders
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how to prepare a sweet potato for planting!
How to grow your own sweet potatoes.
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Seed Starting | How To Use A Soil Blocking Tool. Soil blocking tools are used to turn seed starting soil (or medium) into handy little “soil blocks”. After creating the “soil blocks” with the tool (see demo below), seeds are planted in them. The advantage is that the blocks don’t require individual containers and you can plant the blocks directly into a pot or the ground when the seedlings are ready—no fussy transplanting or thinning out.
How to use a soil blocking tool for seed starting
If you have leftover seeds or aren’t ready to plant your seeds when they arrive, you’ll need to store them properly to ensure good germination. Here are our top 10 tips for storing seeds. | From Organic Gardening
Best Seed Storing Tips: Organic Gardening
Seed Saving~Knowing which type of seeds to harvest and right time to and save seeds for replanting is essential. Plants need to be an open-pollinated variety, and tomatoes seeds should be harvested when the fruit is ripe, but cucumber and eggplant seeds need to come from overripe plants. Learn 5 steps to successful seed saving on this site.
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