Seed Collecting Guide

This Guide offers an overview and instructions on how to collect and save the seeds of 56 vegetables and herbs. There are sections on botany and collecting methods.

Seed Collecting Guide

Author: Stefan Mager

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ISBN: 9780980594867

Page: 8

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