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Gareth Austin on saving veg seeds

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Gareth Austin Gareth Austin | 09:24 UK time, Thursday, 9 September 2010

Gareth Austin, gardening expert with BBC Radio Foyle, answers your questions about growing veg. Send Gareth a question.

Sarah Wady from Bedford asks: Can I save the seeds from courgettes and runner beans to plant next year?

Answer: Sarah, you can gather seeds from many veg including courgettes, beans, peas and pumpkins. Just let them dry out before storing them, store them in a paper envelope and they should keep well for sowing next spring.

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