The Seed Saving Guide: Beginner's Heirloom and Organic Seed Saving Guide
Preserve Rare Heirloom and Organic Seeds
Raising your own seed for food may some day be something you are forced to do. So why not learn this important skills before you are forced into a corner in the even of an emergency? Being able to be self-sufficient is an important part of ensuring your families overall health and survival in good times and bad. Growing your own natural and organic heirloom seeds is without a doubt one of the most important things you can do to not only save money, but ensure a healthier you!.
Most Green-thumbed people at one point decide it's time to start saving their own seeds. Raising your own seed is extremely gratifying. Even after 20 years, I find it exciting and rewarding. The best part of all is sharing the harvest with friends and family. Healthy plants come from healthy seed. Seeds you collect yourself, you can watch germinate, turn into a seed-ling then maturing into incredible tasting food. It's the miracle of life.
I'd like to share with you my strategy of seed saving. This compact guide will give you wonderful results.
What are Heirloom Seeds and Why They're so Important
Difference Between Hybrid and Open-Pollinated Seeds
Difference Between Angiosperms and Gymnosperms
Internal and External Factors for Seed Germination
Best ways to Store Your Seeds
Growing Stages of Seeds
How to Control Cross-Pollination
Simple Vegetables You Can Grow at Home
Instructions on Saving Seeds of Most Common Vegetables.