I hope you are enjoying a wonderful tomato harvest and I really hope you grew a few heirloom tomatoes this year. It's time to think about saving their seeds for next year's garden. You don't even have to sacrifice eating them to save the seeds. Isn't that great?
To get the most viable tomato seeds, you need to ferment them. It's a bit of a messy, smelly process, but it's worth the effort. It's easy, too. I've even provided pictures. (Thankfully they aren't scratch and smell.)
Even if you didn't grow your own heirloom tomatoes, you can always save seed of heirlooms you purchased. I won't tell, if you don't.
Photo: © Marie Iannotti