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Daikon Radish for Seed

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Carrot and Basil seeds, ready to sprout

Started by Michael Levin Feb 27, 2010. 0 Replies

I'll be sprouting some carrot and basil seeds today. Full moon…Continue

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Fall Planting Full Moon

Started by Michael Levin Aug 5, 2009. 0 Replies

Hooray! It's a full moon tonight. And, Sh'mal tells me he's already gotten a head start on Fall planting in his garden in…Continue

Tags: daikon, shmal, garden, germinate, planting

Avocado Seed Sprouting

Started by Michael Levin Nov 22, 2008. 0 Replies

I've been trying to sprout some avocado seeds. So far, two of 5 have begun to grow. Here's the current state of affairs:Continue

Daikon Radish Seeds Growing Well!

Started by Michael Levin Nov 16, 2008. 0 Replies

Day before yesterday, I wrote that this was arugula. But, David Beasley saw the picture and said it was…Continue

Tags: Daikon, seed, sh'mal, radish

Seeds of Self Reliance

Started by Michael Levin Oct 24, 2008. 0 Replies

Seeds of Self RelianceSeeds of hope, throughfertile tilth of our imagination,Join moist soil toPromised Harvest.Seeds of wonder, throughhard coat of innate knowledge,Unfold the miracle toFood and…Continue

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Seeds - when to plant, depth, etc...

Started by Tester Profile Jun 21, 2008. 0 Replies

Sh'mal was so happy when his daikon radish went to seed. He told me he'd collected the seed from season to season. He's replanted these radishes for years. Same with the collard greens. That's what…Continue

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Hybrids, heirlooms, and everything else!

Started by Michael Levin Jun 8, 2008. 0 Replies

Certain characteristics are promoted in hybrid plants, like one ear of corn per stem.…Continue

Tags: evolution, tolerance, Darwin, hybrid, heirloom

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Comment by paul bridgman on February 20, 2009 at 7:06pm
okay this is to michael but anybody can answer if you know.ive got coonti seeds.they are still in the orange tender they come in the pod.now as time goes bye the orange slowly depletes and then you have a seed.a cocanut looking seed like on a date palm.now i know in the past as my brother just left some laying on the ground by the bush.that the bugs eventually ate holes in them. my question.does anybody know how to store these seeds?and how long do you think they will keep?havent got enough to create no market but if they keep maybe there is.oh and mike i dont know if you got my message but im heading over that way sat-tommorow blue jacket park 10 to 11 if you can make it. thanks for any help you all
Comment by Aaron Armstrong on September 5, 2008 at 12:33pm
Wow, very jealous of the daikon seeds, lovely plant.
Comment by Michael Levin on September 2, 2008 at 9:59am
I am about to go to my garden. It's time to weed. The daikon seeds Sh'mal encouraged me to save will be used for Fall planting. I'm going to try and sprout them using a damp piece of paper.

Comment by Michael Levin on June 25, 2008 at 6:54pm
I'm happy because Ron said I could have some heirloom broccoli seed from his patch. Tiny little things! He said to store them in the refrigerator until time to plant, probably next winter. We talked about heirloom seed advantages like sustainable renewable gardens that heirloom seeds make possible. In other words, you can plant heirloom seeds, grow the plants and then let them go to seed and replant using the same seeds. Nice!
 

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