Thursday, August 29, 2013
Arkansas Traveler, Aunt Ruby's Green, and Kellogg's Breakfast. In other words Joy.
Many of you guys may ask how are you saving seeds? Basically this is what I'm doing. http://awaytogarden.com/saving-tomato-seed-a-day-at-the-seed-library
I do it in the kitchen in canning jars, and I have a four day process. After about four days, they are set out to dry. I have found any more then four days and they start to sprout. I have some early girls going crazy now. I kinda forgot to date them, well all that just came out wrong, since I'm very married. Let's just say you are to label and date your seeds.
As a science experiment we are letting the four early girls grow and see how far we get with them.