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Re: Seeds & Seedlings

Donald,  If you have to bring in your pods because of frost, try cuting the
stock and hanging them (pod attached) in a safe place until it's dry.  It
has worked for me in the past.  Barbara R.  Redding CA  Zone 9.  

>Donald.  Usually one waits until the pod starts to open , before harvesting.
>At this time of year, you may have to harvest earlier, and keep from
>freezing. Then wait for the pod to split before harvesting.  Severe freezing
>would obviously halt the development of the seeds.  Lloyd Z.  Durham NC  Zone

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