July 21, 2013

Saving Tomato Seeds For Future Growing Seasons



In this video I show you how I'm saving tomato seeds via fermentation.  It's a fairly simple process that only takes a couple of days and will give you highly viable seeds for next year.

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  1. I think saving tomato seeds are the way to go. I've not seen Rutger tomato plants in my VA area. I want to avoid buying Rutger seeds from Burpee. Today, I gave two heads of garlic, cherry tomatoes, jalapeno and fresh basil to my neighbor. Pay it forward I say. Can you send me a few Rutger seeds? Please let me know.
    xanalou@gmail.com
    Cheers
    Louise

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    1. Hi Louise,

      I got mine here for a $1.49 for a pack of 40:

      http://www.orchardhouseheirlooms.com/Rutgers-Heirloom-Tomato-Seeds_p_113.html

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