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mulch / grain seed saving

  • Subject: [cg] mulch / grain seed saving
  • From: "Nicole Georges-Abeyie" nic_geo_abe@hotmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 20:33:04 -0500

Thanks, Paco John Verin and others, for your replies. How does a grower with only hand tools reasonably-efficiently save seed from a cereal grain crop?

>In simple terms, sow winter covers of wheat or rye now, leaving some of =
>it to reach maturity in the bed. Save the seed for fall replanting, and =
>compost the stalks and roots.

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