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Seed Saving The Beginner's Guide: How To Save Time And Money By Preserving  Rare And Unique Seeds  (Vegetable, Easy Green House Plan, Preserve Store And ... Foot Homesteading Book 8) (English Edition) par [Stone, Dr John]
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Over 12.000 Downloads To Date And An Amazon Best Seller In The Seed Saving Niche

Are you thinking about starting your own seeding garden or want to save the seeds of a plant that is rare or not readily available?

Seed Saving Made Easy will help you:

  • Understand the main parts of a seed and the difference between angiosperms and gymnosperms.

  • Become familiar with the growing stages of a seed including tips to help you sprout seeds more successfully.

  • Understand the external and internal factors that can affect seed development and growth.

  • Recognize the three stages of seed germination.

  • Learn how to sprout seeds more successfully by quickly making your own miniature greenhouse at very little expense.

Saving seed is not only a great way to save money but it also gives you the satisfaction of growing your plants from seed to maturity. Seed Saving Made Easy will give you the information you’ll need to help you properly save and preserve your seeds.

Readers say.......

"Seed saving is not something that I had ever considered or really even heard of before reading this book. People have been doing it for generations to good effect and it can be used in our society to live a more natural life and as a way to save money. If nothing else I just found this be very interesting and filled with details that even a complete novice like myself can use."................H Lester

"Simply save seeds from all the plants which do well in your own garden and your seed collection will begin to adapt to your local conditions and gardening habits. Using a few basic rules and some common sense from this book, you can help this process along—and even use it to create new varieties especially adapted to your own gardening conditions. Not just this book helps you how to save seed but it also tells you the structure of a seed, growing stages of seed, growth & development, and many more. You can actually find everything in this book."................America Singer

"Absolutely a good beginner guide about saving seed. The book after starting from seeds structures and the difference between angiosperms and gymnosperms, provides several tips for a specific plants. iIt will help you to understand better the external and internal factors that can affect seed development and growth.
There is so much to learn from this book so I can easily recommend it!"................Manuel

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Tags: Organic Indoor Gardening, Square Food Gardening Container Garden, Natural Starting Seeds, Urban Gardening Do It Your Self

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HASH(0x8eb84c90) étoiles sur 5 An educational and effective gardening book 18 août 2014
Par Winzy C. - Publié sur
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It's an educational book, as if I went back to study botany again from learning the structure of a seed to the types of seeds and plants. What I like about Dr. John Stone's book is that it was clear and concise in elucidating the advantages of growing vegetables from seeds. It's like keeping a tradition where you grow plants from seeds so that the same tastiness and richness in flavor is instilled and kept on for different generations of the plants. The book guides you on how to make seed saving and growing easier. Check this book out for a homey and lush tasty backyard garden of fruits and veggies.
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HASH(0x8ed90840) étoiles sur 5 Seemed like an ad 24 mai 2014
Par Danielle c. - Publié sur
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I got the book for free and it had a few pages of information. It's not a guide by any means. There was little instructions and little tips. It only talked about a few specific plants. There was pages of other books that was advertised. I felt as if this was a quick flyer written and given away free just to get me to buy other books. I did really enjoy the first few pages, I'd rate them a 4. But the book as a whole was disappointing even for a free download.
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Par Irish Family Farm Linda Irish - Publié sur
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Are you kidding? This book is terrible. The "booklet" hasn't been edited and is continuously grammatically incorrect with missing words throughout. It reads like a spam email! How can this author be a doctor? The information includes a few pages on how to manually save seeds. The rest of the pamphlet includes information on how to start seeds, seed anatomy, how to make a greenhouse out of a water bottle, etc. It ends with a few pages advertising other booklets. I expected information on open pollinated plants, hybrids, heirlooms, cross pollination, etc. maybe even some information on isolating plants for pollination. One can't just take a good tasting tomato and save its seeds. What if it's a hybrid? This book is a joke, and its reviews are skewed, I don't get it. How is this by an Amazon best selling author?
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HASH(0x8ebfc300) étoiles sur 5 Must read for people who want to preserve the seed and want to cultivate it. 16 août 2014
Par John - Publié sur
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I didn't know that their are ways to save the seed. I usually buy from market but was really wondered to know all this techniques which we can use to save and preserve the seed. This would help us to get started with our own backyard plants and completely organic. Well written book and with good suggestion for preserving plants and getting started with your own farming.
HASH(0x8eb84fe4) étoiles sur 5 ✔ The Birds & the Bees, Angiosperms & Gymnosperms 23 mai 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur
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No, I did NOT make up those words. Those words are in Chapter Two, "Angiosperms and Gymnosperms." I now know what they are, after reading this little gem, but I'm not gonna tell you--you have to read it yourself!

▲ If you haven't tried it, it's a lot of fun growing new plants from seeds. Twenty years ago, our family visited the Los Angeles Arboretum. I know the signs said to not take anything, but there were literally thousands of seed pods on the ground, from this really neat, giant Rose of Sharon tree. Well, we now have three trees in our front yard that look amazingly like that original tree. I have been known to try to sneak seeds through customs. (I was careful to not bring any soil in.) You see, there was this plant in this garden in Switzerland, and some of its seeds happened to fall into this envelope, which fell into my suitcase and ...

▲ This might be called a "Beginner's Guide," but Dr Stone provides a lot about botany--especially Chapter 1, "The Structure of a Seed," Chapter 2 (the chapter with the funny name) and Chapter 3, "Growing Stages of a Seed." Each chapter has some excellent illustrations showing what is in a seed, and how it grows. A good example would be the "Structure of a Seed" diagram right at the start of Chapter 1.

▲ "Bravo, Bravo" to the illustrator--nicely done!

▲ Detailed explanations of how to harvest seeds and how to save them for future use. He uses as examples, squash, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, pumpkins, watermelons, and tomatoes. The author points out the the eggplant seeds will not be fertile if extracted when the plant is edible--you have to wait much longer.

▲ As another example of the author's attention to detail, he reminds the reader to "Place a little silica gel in the container before sealing it." Who would have thought of doing that? Well, Dr Stone would!

▲ Perhaps the most creative part of the book, "How to Quickly Make Your Own Miniature Greenhouse at Very Little Expense." By "Very Little," Dr Stone means exactly that. He uses a plastic soda container! Really clever! Methinks Dr Stone has some good ole Yankee thriftiness running through his veins!

▼ Minor nit--I might have missed it, but I would have liked a discussion of which seeds from hybrids are viable (I think none are, but I'm not sure.) This is important to me, because right now, I have 9 "Ghost Pepper" plants in my garden. (It's the world's #2 hottest pepper. The #1 hottest pepper seeds did not germinate.) My Asian friends at work are depending on me to deliver a bounty crop of Ghost Peppers, but I'm pretty sure the seeds won't be viable, but I'm not sure. Dr Stone--can I harvest my Ghost Pepper for seeds? Please revise your book and add a chapter on Ghost Peppers! (Or just email me.)

▲ What a great value--lots of excellent ideas, and a botany lesson, all in one! Amazingly, I don't recall even ONE advertisement in this book.

✔ This is one seriously good book. It's very gracious of Dr Stone to write such a wonderful book and give it away. As the author says in the preface, he likes to create books that "readers will find both enjoyable and informative." Well, Dr Stone hit a home run on this little gem.

✔ By providing this book to gardeners like myself, I can only conclude that Dr Stone is a very kind and gracious man. Someday, I hope I have a chance to meet him. Highly Recommend!
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