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I've always bought my tomato seeds but I have been thinking of trying to save some of my own but I'm not sure how. I also don't know which variety or varieties are the best for this.
Have you planted them and had a successful harvest?i simply washed the goo off of my seeds in a fine mesh strainer under cold water and let them dry on a coffee filter. i checked on them and they look to be in fine shape.
Sorry, didn't see your post before.Don't use hybrid tomatoes for seed saving purposes unless you really want to experiment with tomatoes. The hybrids do not come true from seed. But if you have heirloom tomatoes save the seed from those. I don't let the goo ferment, I just scoop a few seeds out onto a paper towel and let them dry. When planting time comes I just pick them off the paper (label the towel so you know what you have). A bit of paper may come with the seed but it won't hurt anything to plant it with the seed.