It’s recommended that seeds are preserved in a cool, dry place. Many people put seeds in a baggie with a zipper in the freezer to save them for another time. This cool, dry place has an added benefit. Freezing can protect your seed from potential diseases because it kills off whatever a seed may be carrying.
A word of caution about seed freezing: do not open the bag until the seeds have thawed completely. If the bag is opened too early, condensation can form on the seeds and affect germination rates.
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