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Effective Way To Store Seeds For Next Year’s Season

One good way to really save the budget is to plan ahead and make use of this year’s vegetables, flowers and other plant life you have growing in the garden for next year’s crop. If you’ve tried saving seeds from your garden in the past and didn’t have much luck with them germinating in the Spring, chances are you didn’t overwinter them in the environment they needed.

Storing in optimum conditions can keep most varieties viable for several years, following the steps below can increase the chances of a good germination rate for next season.


Easy Trick For Tomatoes: Tomatoes are a little fussier since best germination results require first fermenting the “pulp” to break down the outer gel coating around the seeds. Here’s a neat trick that skips all that hassle…