How to save seeds and the containers to use when saving seeds.
If you research there are a lot of ways to save seeds. My way doesn't work on all seeds. A lot of my seed saving has come from trial and error.
|Harvest your seeds at the right time then clean and dry them.|
Peppers need to have the seeds cut out of the fruit and place the seeds on a paper towel to dry a few days. When dry place in your jar or bag.
To ferment seeds such as tomato or melon place slimy seeds in a quart glass jar with just as much water as seeds and strings. Set in a warm area, ' not in direct sun." for about seven days.
Place a paper towel or cheese cloth in a calender. Drain then let seeds dry. If seeds grow roots before they dry just go ahead and plant them then start a new jar of fermenting seeds. If your seeds started to root next time drop a few days off the fermenting time .
After seeds are dry store in containers in the refrigerator . Only store until the next planting season.