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thanks for that info
Originally posted by lilwolf
we bought a large bunch of seeds and stored them in the original containers.... all non... genetically altered.
here are a few places that will offer you some good proces and one large amount of information as well... hope it helps some...
oh and keep on prepping.... might need it all sooner than we all want
Originally posted by SerialLurker
I would be wary of what plants I was growing out in the open in a SitX situation... Something like a tomato plant is going to attract unwanted attention. You don't want to wake up one morning to find that your hard work and means of survival has been stolen by opportunists. I would go for underground crops that appear to be a mass of weeds, like potato or peanuts etc.
Unless you have a well fenced garden, then visibility won't be an issue.
The onion sets double eavery other year...increasing in number each year and break up like garlic cloves.
In general, most common varieties fall into one of two classes, long-day (for northern latitudes) and short-day (for southern latitudes). For this reason, onion varieties that are grown in the South are not adaptable to the North and vice versa
Everlasting Seeds also has an excellent free, downloadable growing guide.
Seeds stored between 66- 70 Degrees should last 5-9 Years.Refrigerated/Cooled Seeds should last 10-15 Years.