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Washing Seeds

That "trifles make perfection" is as true of gardening as of any other art. One of the trifles that is often neglected by the amateur, but never in Mr. Burbank's gardens, is the careful cleaning of the seeds, if necessary by washing, to minimize danger of injury from fungous growths or insects, and to guard against the inclusion of foreign seeds or impurities of any kind.

Washing Seeds

This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 12 Chapter 1