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How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

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Saving seeds from your best tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, and melons.If left to themselves, these fleshy fruits would naturally fall to the earth, where some of their seeds would sprout when spring arrives again.

Saving seeds from these plants mimics nature’s way and it’s not at all difficult to do. But remember, only seeds from open-pollinated, not hybrid, plants will produce the same crop next year. Click the link below to check out this article from extension.umn.edu who have done a great job in putting together n article for saving your seeds for next spring.

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

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