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  1. Gardening and Agriculture
    My friend who just became a full-time prepper is looking for a special squash/melon seed. She said while living in Russia, her neighbors grew a squash like plant. She says it has a long shelf life and would be a great item to add to her preps. She said it grew up to about 20 lbs. When young...
  2. Gardening and Agriculture
    We had a small garden the last couple years. We just picked up a few packs of home depot seeds, but I'd like to step it up and get some heirloom plants so we can learn to keep the seeds. I'd like to get an affordable $20/$50 assortment of basic plant seeds like string beans, peas, tomatoes...
  3. Gardening and Agriculture
    Got the first one yesterday ... :2thumb: Now I have my seeds for next spring, but it sure is fun to look at and never to early to start next years plan... Might have to order some of the white cotton seeds ... :sssh:
  4. Gardening and Agriculture
    Hey, I was at Family Dollar Store the other day and they had packets of veg seeds that were two for a dollar. I am very new to seeds, but I do not think they were open pollinated or heirloom seeds. My question is would it be worth my time to buy them anyway just to vacuum seal them for storage...
  5. Gardening and Agriculture
    Just found this seed saving site, haven't read it in it's entirety yet, looks to be very good though... Basic Seed Saving describes useful terms and concepts central to seed saving.
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