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Friday, August 14, 2009

Saving seeds

These are Heirloom Philadelphia White Box Radish that I let go to seed. The plants get about 3 to 4 foot tall and develop these pods that looks like peas. Inside the pods are the little round raddish seeds.

Praise God on how amazing it is that one little radish seed can produce pods that contain many many seeds that will produce more and more radishes.
















These are bunches of Purple Plum Radish and Philidelphia White Box Radish hanging in the shed to dry. A few radish plants left to got to seed will produce hundreds of seeds for replanting. This shed is a post framed building with barn metal for the sides and roof. It is very hot and dry which is good for drying out plants to facilitate seed harvesting.

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