Seed Saving Tips and Techniques
Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (MDT)
Santa Fe, NM
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This class sponsored by Homegrown NM is an introduction to seed saving, including considerations for planning your garden with seed saving in mind. We will look at how pollination happens in Various species, and how this affects things like population sizes and isolation techniques. You will learn practical ways to ensure high quality seed. Time allowing we will also look at plant selection and rogueing, as well as labeling protocol and seed storage.
Kirsten Szykitka will be presenting this class and has worked at Arch Noah seed farm and show Gardens in Austria. She was the Education Coordinator at Abundant Life Seed Foundaiton ( which later became the Organic Seed Alliance).
10 Donation is suggested, or consider becoming a Member of Homegrown NM for $35 and enjoy all upcoming potluck and classes!