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Saving Vegetable Seeds for the Home and Market Garden

Description: "With the present urgent necessity for producing increased quantities of food, the seed supply becomes very important. Where the seed itself is used for food the high prices have tended to throw much-needed seed stock into the food market, and in many other cases increased plantings have drawn heavily on stocks already low on account of the cutting off of European sources of supply. As an emergency measure, therefore, it is important that as much seed a possible should be saved on our farms and in our market gardens. It has been done widely in the past and can be done readily again. This bulletin aims to give plain and explicit directions for saving the seed of our garden vegetables." -- p. 2
Date: 1917
Creator: Tracy, W. W. (William Woodbridge), 1872-1932
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department