Seed Banking with Help from a Local Library

Today I visited the Juan Tabo Library here in town to find out how they save seeds. I met with the founder of the Seed Library, seed librarian and branch Manager, Ms. Sauer to discuss the seed library. I asked her what  the main difference is between a seed bank and a seed library. She said…

How to Save Seeds

I learned about saving seeds from The Manual of Seed Saving by  Andrea Heistinger. Determining the best time to get the seeds is the trickiest part. It is the trickiest part because it is different for every plant. Weather, amount of water, temperature, location of the garden as well as crop variety will impact when the seed…

What is Seed Banking?

Seed banking is a method by seed scientists to try to help to combat the problem of the “disappearing cultivators.” Cultivators are the seeds of different varieties that big plant companies use to start their crop pf the certain plants. Cultivators can be picked from the plant or fruit and then stored for next year…