Get The Primer on Seed Saving in Your Survival Garden

Get the primer on seed saving for your survival garden. Seed to Seed
, by Suzanne Ashworth is this week’s featured DestinySurvival Pick. It’s time to start saving seeds from things you’ve grown this year, if you haven’t already started.

In my own garden I’ll be saving bean seeds from at least a couple of different varieties. My Missouri Wonder beans aren’t as productive as they were last year, but I’ve still had plenty of them. However, the plants know what time of year it is, and they’re putting out pods that seem to be fatter and are ready to produce seed.

You can save seeds from squash, pumpkins, beans, tomatoes, and more. It’s a good idea to start preparing for saving seeds right now. Seed to Seed is the book you need to help you do that for 160 different vegetables.. Discover proven techniques for harvesting, cleaning, drying and storing seeds.. There’s info geared to growing vegetables in various regions throughout the country as well.

Seed to Seed is highly recommended as the best seed saving guide for home gardeners. Saving seeds properly may be the key to success in your garden next year and in the years to come. Remember, keep thinking survival.

To get the seed saving knowledge you need from a true expert, click on the title of the book–Seed to Seed–wherever you see it linked in this post. That takes you to the page where it’s featured. There you’ll find more info, and you can place your order today.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.