The Best Process of Seed Extraction

Most flower and herb seeds, as well as seeds from beans, peas, carrots, radishes and corn are gathered dry, simply by allowing the plant to flower and form seed pods, then letting those pods dry on the plant and removing the seeds from the husk.

Keywords: saving seeds, heirloom seeds, wet processing

About this Author

Sonya Welter graduated cum laude from Northland College in 2002, and has worked in the natural foods industry for nearly seven years. As a freelance writer, she specializes in food, health, nature, gardening and green living. She has been published on, and several local print publications in Duluth, Minn.