How To Store Your Vegetable Seeds – Keep Them In The Refrigerator – Seeds Stay Viable For Longer

I recommend that you keep your vegetable seeds in air tight bottles in your refrigerator. This will keep your seeds viable and they will germinate successful…
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5 Responses to “How To Store Your Vegetable Seeds – Keep Them In The Refrigerator – Seeds Stay Viable For Longer”

  1. my wife put my our seeds in the freazer last fall. she just put them right
    on the shelf still inside he paper bag they came in! do you think they will
    be still good this summer? or did the freezer kill them?

  2. Question: will the absence of oxygen help preserve them for longer? What I
    was thinking about doing was to put them in a mason jar and vacuum pack
    them. Any insight on this theory?

  3. Great video, Blessings

  4. I have mine in the paper packets inside a plastic container with a top and
    two condenstion absorbers. Is glass better?

  5. Did you ferment the seeds and dry them before packing them away in the
    fridge? I did that to my seeds, but I stored them in a mason jar under the
    bed. This winter they were so slow to germinate (indoors). I’m going to do
    your method this year. Thanks!