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Old 21-07-2006, 08:27 PM posted to uk.rec.gardening
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Where can I buy different mesh sized sieves for seeds extraction ??

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Where can I buy different mesh sized sieves for seeds extraction ??


Could start here
http://www.gardengrapevine.com/SeedSeperator.html


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Where can I buy different mesh sized sieves for seeds extraction ??


I used a kitchen strainer with a very fine mesh to extract the last lot of
seeds I wanted to keep.

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Default Where can I buy different mesh sized sieves for seeds extraction ??


Mr Alun Davies wrote:
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Where can I buy different mesh sized sieves for seeds extraction ??


Could start here
http://www.gardengrapevine.com/SeedSeperator.html


Fine if you're in the US, and want to spend over twenty bucks for just
one. Otherwise, as Alan says, a kitchen strainer. John Lewis, among
others, will have a selection of mesh sizes.

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