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Seed Saving: Beginners Guide to Learning How to Preserve Store and Start Heirloom and Organic Seeds By Filo Lemos
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I bet you're sick of tasteless vegetables. I bet you're tired of paying top dollar for them at the grocery store. Stick it to em' and grow your own fruits and veggies. Avoid the pesticides and enjoy... More > a fresh healthy non GMO harvest. Handed down from generation to generation heirloom seeds pass they unique and incredibly diverse characteristics producing only the finest food! Seeds are antiques which are handed down to us by our elders. Today I'd like to share my strategies about seed saving. This guide will give you great results. Learn how to save and grow the best food which will naturally adapt to surrounding climate conditions without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizer. Don't hesitate. Grab your copy today.< Less
The Cleveland Seed Bank Seed Saving Guide By Cleveland Seed Bank
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This guide provides a clear introduction to seed saving. Learn why seed saving is important and how to do it. Includes helpful information about plant reproduction, plant genetics, cross-pollination,... More > maintaining pure seed stock, seed harvesting and storage.< Less
CFI Seed Inventory By Mary Nally
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This is an inventory of seeds saved in the Athens County, Ohio area.
Seed Saving for Beginners: Save Time and Money Preserving Rare and Organic Seeds By Frank Xavier
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Raising your own seed can be the most rewarding thing you can give yourself and your family. Why shouldn't you learn this most important skill? It's the best life insurance you can buy for your... More > family in case of an emergency or SHTF situation. In this book we talk about proven techniques on how to germinate, collect, and turn seeds into the most delicious produce you've ever tasted. Best of all, it's all GMO free, chemical free, and tailored to your specific local climate. Pick up this guide today. Learn all you need to know about saving the best heirloom seeds. What are Heirloom Seeds and Why They're so Important Difference Between Hybrid and Open-Pollinated Seeds Difference Between Angiosperms and Gymnosperms Internal and External Factors for Seed Germination Best ways to Store Your Seeds Growing Stages of Seeds How to Control Cross-Pollination Simple Vegetables You Can Grow at Home Instructions on Saving Seeds of Most Common Vegetables And much more!< Less
Seed Search 6th edition By Karen Platt
eBook (PDF): $16.57
Looking for seed suppliers has never been easier with this number one, best-selling seed source. This new edition of the critically acclaimed Seed Search comes in a new, easy-to-use format. Find the... More > seeds you need listed in alphabetical order by botanical name. Choose from Abelia to Ziziphus with ease. Includes all types of seed from alpines to vegetables. PDFs included of some seed catalogues. Each supplier has a unique code next to the seed they supply. The code refers to supplier’s details in the eBook including email and website where appropriate. Includes hard to find suppliers.< Less
Southeast Ohio Seed Savers Inventory 2017 By Janice Brewer
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Over the past century, seed diversity has dwindled at an alarming rate--93% of seed varieties have been lost over the last eight decades. Making our local food systems reliant on outsourced, limited... More > varieties of seeds, we increase the risk of system collapse. However, we have a long history of subsistence agriculture including seed saving. The Southeast Ohio Seed Savers are a network developed by Community Food Initiatives to cultivate and support regional seed saving efforts.< Less
Southeast Ohio Seed Savers Inventory 2015 By Chadwell Jess
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The Southeast Ohio Seed Savers Inventory is an incomplete compendium of locally saved seeds. CFI Southeast Ohio Seed Savers are a network of gardeners, farmers and plant breeders working together to... More > secure our agricultural heritage and seed diversity. They believe that food security starts at the beginning, with locally sourced, regionally hardy and genetically unique seeds. The CFI Southeast Ohio Seed Savers (SOSS) maintain an annual inventory of regional open pollinated heirloom seeds, host annual seed exchanges, provide seed saving workshops, and are working toward a micro-regional seed company so that these seeds can be more widely available to the public.< Less
The Place Where Dreams Are Born By S. J. Rose
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"The Place Where Dreams Are Born", tells the story of a little girl named Rosita, whose love for growing rare heirloom seeds, changes the lives of those around her.
The Better Days Books Origiganic Guide to Growing Cabbages and Cauliflowers By James J. H. Gregory
eBook (PDF): $3.95
Grow a bumper crop of crunchy cabbages, crispy cauliflower, sweet baby brustels sprouts and mouth-watering Kale without using chemical fertilizers or poisonous pesticides – the... More > "Origiganic" way! It has been only since the 1960s that dangerous petroleum-based fertilizers and pesticides have been in widespread use, so any serious gardening "how to" treatise published prior to 1960 will, quite "naturally," exclude their use. "Origiganic" is a new word we have coined here at Better Days Books to describe these time-tested, chemical-free "original" methods of growing food in our backyards, gardens and even on full scale farms. With The Better Days Books Origiganic Guide to Growing Cabbages and Cauliflowers (Original publication date: 1889) you'll be well on your way to producing a better, healthier, safer, and even generally less expensive bounty of fabulous, poison-free food – for your family and for the marketplace.< Less
The Better Days Books Origiganic Guide to Growing Cabbages and Cauliflowers By James J. H. Gregory
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Grow a bumper crop of crunchy cabbages, crispy cauliflower, sweet baby brustels sprouts and mouth-watering Kale without using chemical fertilizers or poisonous pesticides – the... More > "Origiganic" way! It has been only since the 1960s that dangerous petroleum-based fertilizers and pesticides have been in widespread use, so any serious gardening "how to" treatise published prior to 1960 will, quite "naturally," exclude their use. "Origiganic" is a new word we have coined here at Better Days Books to describe these time-tested, chemical-free "original" methods of growing food in our backyards, gardens and even on full scale farms. With The Better Days Books Origiganic Guide to Growing Cabbages and Cauliflowers (Original publication date: 1889) you'll be well on your way to producing a better, healthier, safer, and even generally less expensive bounty of fabulous, poison-free food – for your family and for the marketplace.< Less

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