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Seed Saving Starts in the Spring
Learn the five steps to successfully save seed for vegetables, herbs and flowers.
• Develop seed that is accustomed to your climate, soil and pest pressures
• Save money on seed costs
• Preserve the genetic diversity of our crops
• Keep the number of seed varieties from disappearing at the current alarming rate
• Assure that seed is available from sources other than corporations whose main interest is in owning and selling seed, not maintaining diversity
• Keep a basic life survival skill alive

Cost: $20
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Keyword: Seed

Carole Lynn Simmons, 704-290-5258 or csimmons@spcc.edu