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Originally posted by raiders247
Here's a great site with full instructions on how to grow, harvest and store seeds.
As far as I know, seeds stay good for years as long as they are kept in a dark/cool environment.edit on 5/1/2011 by raiders247 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by maybee
I like to use brown paper bags instead of plastic to store seeds. Plastic can collect moisture and cause them to sprout too early or mold will mess them up. I find just the brown bags and putting them in a closet works good. Also if you get seeds from fresh vegetables, make sure they are dry before storing. I just put them on a paper towel and either gently scrap off when they're dry or just put the towel in the bag.