Creating A Personal Seedbank – Eco Snippets

Creating A Personal Seedbank

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You have probably heard of seed saving, where you save a plant’s seeds or tubers at the end of a growing season to serve as the seed source for the following year.

This is great because choosing the proper plants and practicing proper seed-saving methods gives you to a free, self-perpetuating garden year after year.

Saving seed also means you can share seeds with friends and neighbors, so everyone can start growing their own.

Many people, however, are not as familiar with the concept of a personal seedbank.

A personal seedbank is like seed saving on steroids.

You save seed for the coming season’s planting, but you also bank seed for longer storage, just in case…”

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what good is it if they are spraying the skies with crap to poison the soil Your seeds are going to be futile in the soil sooner than later I think

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Where do you get the seed packets from like in the picture please?

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Got lots of veggie seeds…and only two “GOOG” ones….

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