Anyone else having the problem that some of the seed savers are packing too fresh of seeds that haven't had a chance to dry yet and they get moldy by the time you get them a few days later in the mail?
If they're that fresh and not properly dried or dried long enough, why don't they use the paper envelopes, so the seeds won't get moldy?
To my surprise, several established traders do this. I just got done washing some seeds to get the mold off and letting them dry here myself before putting them in a paper coin envelope.
Maybe this is a no-no topic, and I shouldn't have brought it up. Surely, I'm not the ONLY one this is happening to, right? What do you do when this happens?
Angela ~~~*wishing this post was anonymous*