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Saving Vegetable Seeds

Become more self-sufficient by saving your own seed from one year to the next. Bradley clarifies how to select the best plants, make seed saving a part of your garden plan, save both wet and dry seed, overwinter biennial crops like carrots, store seed, and test viability before planting. A crop-by-crop guide explains the details of saving the seeds of beans, carrots, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, melons and watermelons, onions and leeks, peas, peppers, radishes, squash, and tomatoes. By Fern Marshall Bradley

Softcover - 96 pp 

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lonnie f.
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Saving Vegetable Seeds

I was able to sit in my shop beside the wood burning stove and read this little book in comfort and a cup of coffee. I really learned a lot of things and I've been gardening for over fifty years. I've been trying to save seeds almost that long and have had some problems. Armed with this new knowledge perhaps this year will be more successful.