I’m also starting some other types of seeds, ones in which the odds of success are very much stacked in my favor: Pears, Plums and Peaches. Here’s how I do it: Purchase locally grown produce, and get some kids to eat the fruit. Save the seeds, and let them dry for a day or so, then place in a zip lock bag, and store them in the freezer for about three months. Thaw them out, and place the seeds in a small tray of water till they begin to sproat. Place the sproating seeds in containers with Miracle Grow, covered with only 1/4 inch of soil at most. Keep the dirt moist. When the last chance of frost has pasted they can be moved outside.
Category CloudFlexnum Cows Onions Cooking from the Garden General Peas Eggplant Chard Glass Etching Bugs Freezing Dirt Asparagus "Joker" Bell Late Blight Flowers Melons Methods Carrots Cloning / Propogating Nectarines New Ideas Cauliflower Bio-Char / Terra Preta 8N Ford Tractor Brussels Sprouts Elderberries Amish Gardens Afflictions Furniture Cherry Mesclun Landscaping Fruit Trees Fertilizer Grapes Cider Press Chives Herbs Building and Construction Apples My Inner Geek Celery Garlic Broccolli Muncher Lettuce Fall Planting Goji Berries People Asian Vegetables Pak Choi Pepper - Chablis Blueberries Books Farmers Market Computers & Electronics Honey Berries Gooseberries Greenhouse Canning "Tom's" Garden John Deere Deer Climate Compost Cherries and Berries Ground Hogs Fall Parsley Opportunity Salad Arduino Projects Cabbage and Broccoli Peaches Brandywine Artichoke Okra Other Beets Corn Chablis Growing Season Kohlrabi Ike Endive How To's Chickens Horses "Boots" Cucumbers Bananas Goats Container Gardening Beans Cabbage Bright Lights Lessons Basil Critters
I.T. Farmer’s Journey Preview:
I.T. Farmers Blog on Facebook
Link to I.T. Farmer’s Blog
- The posts on this blog, are my own personal work. Please do not copy, alter, or use them in any way without my permission.