Saving Seed: How to Save Your Own Seed From Tomatoes, Peppers, Beans, etc.

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Using seeds from your own plants connects you with the earth's natural cycles, and many gardeners find this activity rewarding, especially as it helps to preserve heirloom varieties and promotes genetic diversity. 

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