In this episode, you will learn how to save Ashitaba seeds which are in the Apiaceae family and related to celery, parsley, and carrots.
You will discover how John quickly harvests dried-out branches of his ashitaba plants and quickly removes all the seeds by using a tall garbage can.
You will learn how john removes all the chaff, stems, and other parts of the plant he does not want using a homemade seed sieve that he made out of a cardboard box.
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Finally, you will learn how John will sift his seeds multiple times to just have the pure seeds left that he can now save or grow for next year.
After watching this episode, you will learn the quickest way to harvest and save seeds so you can preserve the genetic diversity you are growing in your garden.
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