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Irish Seed Savers
Irish Seed Savers - Site Index
The new Irish seed savers site is at www.irishseedsavers.ie
In this list, items in brackets are placeholder pages
which will have text added to them later.
Items with a * before them are new.
Apple and Seed Catalogues:
Irish Seed Savers Association:
- Describes how seeds used to be saved, why this
has changed and what Irish Seed Savers have been doing to preserve
More About The ISSA
Describes the growth of the Irish Seed Savers
Association and recent changes in the ISSA heritage garden.
How Seed Savers Works
This has the start of a 'Frequently Asked
Question' list which new questions will be added to. Will also
describe how seed saving works in practice.
How To Join
How to Save Seeds)
- including importance of
sufficient drying of the seeds.
- photos taken at the open day, August 1999.
Links to Related Sites
- includes links to other seed saver organisations
internationally, links on related issues and links to potential sources
of funding for seed saver projects.
- Home page with links to sections for: How Seed Saver
works - Apple and Seed Catalogue - What's New - Contact Us - Articles
(What's new on this website?)
for ISSA Website Development:
UnderConstruction / Ideas Page
- Ideas for future website
development go here.
Alternative Home Page
- With links to How to Join - The new Seed
Garden - The FAS Project - Leader II funding - Examples of Seeds
Available - Links on The Web.
- What happens when carrots are planted too close to each other...
- A few radishes grown in soil enriched with seaweed and having a
superb tangy flavour.
Map of Ireland
- to which we can add 'Where seedsaver seeds are being
- Notch apple tree above/below bud for a
lateral/for a fruit bud
Click on the image to the left for more information. This will take you to a 'wiki', a discussion forum where you can add your own comments and read other people's comments.
Irish Seed Savers
"Irish Seed Savers - Site Index" page last updated 5-July-2003