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This is a discussion on Gardening Confessions within the Gardening forums, part of the Survival Food Procurement category; Hi my name is JustAnotherNut and I'm a seedoholic as evidenced by my already having purchased next seasons seeds...…..to go with an already vast supply. ...

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    Hi my name is JustAnotherNut and I'm a seedoholic as evidenced by my already having purchased next seasons seeds...…..to go with an already vast supply. I used to keep them in a 5 gallon bucket until I ran out of room and now use a locking lidded tote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAnotherNut View Post
    Hi my name is JustAnotherNut and I'm a seedoholic as evidenced by my already having purchased next seasons seeds...…..to go with an already vast supply. I used to keep them in a 5 gallon bucket until I ran out of room and now use a locking lidded tote.
    Where do you keep the tote? I store my seeds in the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulag1955 View Post
    Where do you keep the tote? I store my seeds in the freezer.
    Under the bed...….but when I've kept them in the bucket, wherever I could find a place. I've never kept mine in the freezer, but usually in a cool place.

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    Gardening Confessions? "Bless me Father, for I have sinned. I neglected to water the tomatoes three times last August."
    Let us use the time as best we may.

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    You can grow microgreen without earth and dirt. Need water and paper towels. Very simple and fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREEN HUIZ View Post
    You can grow microgreen without earth and dirt. Need water and paper towels. Very simple and fast.
    C'mon Green Huiz, more info please! Teasing is not nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREEN HUIZ View Post
    You can grow microgreen without earth and dirt. Need water and paper towels. Very simple and fast.
    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    C'mon Green Huiz, more info please! Teasing is not nice.
    Don't fall for it Slippy its a trick!

    Some microgreens can make you sick if eaten a lot, naturally. They contain certain chemical compounds that are said to be mildly toxic to us. Normally, if consumed in small quantities, there are completely safe to eat.
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    This one time, at band camp..
    Oh wait, different garden confessions. My bad.
    I let the wife do WHATEVER she wants, I build her raised beds, I am gonna till a huge spot (soon), and teach her how to turn the irrigation on and off.
    I take care of the grass and weeds, she takes care of the garden.
    And @Slippy really really does live in New York, I tell ya what
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    We always grow too much stuff. however there are plenty of folks that love fresh veg. we give it to folks at church who appreciate it very much. half of the fun of gardening is giving stuff away
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    We donated hundreds of pounds of squash and zucchini to the local food bank. It felt good

    Peace,
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