Seeds, Seeds, Seeds! A reminder , for all members!

It can't be stressed enough : buy your seeds NOW !

If you hav 'nt gathered them by now , take the time...NOW , to do so !!

As far as I know (and I did a lot of research , I can tell you that !) this is the only site where you can order "rare" , truley , native , non GMO , hand-harvested , open polinated , heirloom FIELD & FOREST- seeds.

These wild field & forest food-seeds are super-hardy , naturally resistant to pests , drought , excessive rain ,

(IMPORTANT in the aftertime) , poor soils and will grow almost anywhere............

Do it..........NOW !!!

 

some 2 cents from a "seed-freak" .

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Comment by S.K. on January 16, 2014 at 5:10pm

Get as many of these and the milk kefir version and spread them far and wide, mail them to friends ect it is the king of probiotics and will GREATLY help people in the after time.

http://nourishedkitchen.com/water-kefir/

Comment by Angela Park on December 26, 2011 at 5:39pm

Hi, can any one recommend any good online shop where I can buy seeds suitable for cold climate? I am residing in Borneo which will end up near south pole after time... Thanks!

Comment by Tamara Judith on August 14, 2011 at 1:05pm
Golly is an one online from Adelaide austrailia?
Comment by Tamara Judith on August 14, 2011 at 12:39pm
I have always been an avid gardener and would and am adding at least a little high quality seed raising mix to my seed reserve. I also have a lo light gooseberry and two heritage tomatoes also lo light. With greens and stored food,".................. I feel confident
Comment by Kari S on July 3, 2011 at 10:22am

So I didnt know what it meant to molder the tomato seeds in a bowl of water, & got a book to explain it:

as with any seed choice, pick the best fruit from the best plants to keep seeds from. Let them reach their full ripeness. cut them open & scoop out the seeds and pulp, ok to mix seeds from several plants as long as they are the same variety. Place in a glas jar, & add a small amount of water & stir 2-3 times daily. The fermentation that results helps separate the seeds from the other materials. Depending on the warmth of the room the seeds will separate and sink to the bottom, in 2-4 days. Add more water & pour off the pulp, until the seeds are clean. dry them on a paper towel or screens, being careful to separate them so that no excess moisture is stored.

 

Also, cucumber seeds are the same treatment, takes about 5 days.

Comment by Kari S on June 24, 2011 at 9:36pm

I've started using tins for my seeds, also, I've found that most seeds in the bulk bin at my local organic store will sprout. I've realized that sprouted grains are very healthy and are a good source of important nutrients. This may have been posted already on this blog, but just to remind you, you can soak the seeds 12 hours and then put them in a natural cloth bag (like a cotton pillowcase) and keep it wet 3x/day and they will sprout. The red fife wheat and oats I sprouted were quite tasty, roots 'n all!

Comment by Derrick Johnson on April 8, 2011 at 5:49am

Hi Robin

This ZetaTalk News letter has some info about saving tomato seeds

http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue165.htm

“Tomato plants grown on your patio can yield tomato seed, just remember you must molder the seed in a bowl before rinsing and drying, else the seed thinks it is still in the tomato and will not germinate”

Also here is the Troubled Times section on seeds

http://www.zetatalk.com/food/tfood092.htm

 

If you go back to the beginning of this blog Nancy posted some good information about saving seeds.

Comment by robin Mercer Snead on April 8, 2011 at 4:57am
I'm trying to save tomato seeds that are from the original garden at this home.  They could be as old as 1879.  They are small but sweet.  I want to try and get a group of  seeds.  Any suggestions?  -Robin
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on January 6, 2011 at 3:15am
I bought a miracle (moringa) tree last month.  I thought it was dead after all the rain here, but this week I noticed new shoots on it.  Something to remember if you get one, don't throw it out if you think it is done for!  I'm so happy as I thought I would have to send away for another one.
Comment by nOy on December 24, 2010 at 2:27pm
rephrasing... I just find it interesting how norway will be in a good position to start all over during the aftertime.

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